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Here is my Digital Graffiti Dissertation as part of Media LabArts course at Plymouth University.


The internet has helped evolve technology and art into new forms of creative interaction and communication. This has created new cultures and subcultures in society and in some cases become an integral part of life. With technology and the internet being a part of everyday life it is obvious that some cultures have moved over from the physical to the virtual. Graffiti for instance is one example of this, evolving into Digital Graffiti. Applications utilising location based media and social navigation have enhanced the digital space that surrounds us. Digital Graffiti is a convergence of both. This dissertation examines the possibilities of this new technology to see its impact and investigate the cross over of Graffiti to the digital world.