I don’t agree with it, but it helps us understand the motivations behind people’s actions!
The biggest challenge we face in society in combating graffiti vandalism is in understanding why people do it in the first place. If we remove the motivation then the incidence of graffiti will reduce and hence, the graffiti cost the community is less.
This post is by no means trying to promote or glorify graffiti vandalism. But what it does signify is the lengths some people will go to make a point or advertise a product or cause. These motivations must be understood at all levels if we are ever going to reduce graffiti in our community.
Today’s content was forwarded to me by Dr Marc Dussault, The Exponential Growth Strategist, an advocate for Antimimeticisomorphism which I am sure you agree today’s blog post is!