[rough english translation of dutch article]
Normally you would not be much of a positive link between the police and graffiti. Here in New Zealand thought differently. Police used just street art in a recruitment campaign for new police officers. The idea is to show that you can do something great as an agent for society. Meters and that portrayed in the street.
Of course, it feels a little strange that the police used an illegal activity for their normal recruitment. This is a step in the right direction, street art is mainstream when even the strong arm of the law and graffiti street art embraced? Or is it an omen that street art is being used appropriately and inappropriately, because it is illegal and DIY aspect is not part of the power of street art?
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