Responsible Graffiti

(Stan Smith (left) with Nelson Glendinning, Artist)

Responsible Graffiti is a program started by Stan Smith as a way to solve multiple problems with a single task-engage the local street graffiti “artists” to purposefully paint up some of the blank walls on the Flying Horse Center, his large mixed use building in Germantown.  Responsible Graffiti’s mission is to ask the artist to be responsible with the tagging of the painting.  “We can all get along if you stay in your boundaries”, said Smith.

The first artists began working in 2010, and focused on those parts of the building that were the prime victims of tagging. Stan is now looking for additional artists to pick up where the original one left off. For more information on this project contact Stan’s office at 215-848-1133.

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