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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Plan Proposes to Legalize Graffiti Along Ocean Beach

Posted By on Thu, Sep 26, 2013 at 12:49 PM

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  • Class Act Marketing is currently collecting signatures in an effort to further beautify San Francisco -- with an edge.

    Their project proposes to turn the graffiti-covered walls on Ocean Beach into a public art space where residents and visitors alike can legally leave their mark on the city.

    At present the plan has 77 of the 10,000 signatures needed in order to move forward with the proposal.

    The agency hopes to turn Ocean Beach into a worldwide and family-friendly graffiti hotspot à la Venice Beach in Southern California.

    Think about it; this might bring some much needed color to the bleak seawalls of Ocean Beach. If you want shake up a spray paint can and get to work then it's best sign the plan.

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