Some people think graffiti turns a routine commute into an ever-evolving art adventure. Others think the disrespectful cretins shouldn't litter the city with their masturbatory scribbles. But most can agree that buffed-over street art leaves walls looking shitty.
Englishman Mobstr has been exploring the issue with the assistance of the Newcastle City Council.
Visit Vandalog for the explosive conclusion, or check out the rest of Mobstr's street and gallery-satirizing work on his Flickr.
Could businesses type over their own buffs as a cheaper, easier way than hiring muralists to discourage the crummy taggers? Or must everything be overrun with blue dogs?
[Tip courtesy of BardotBardot, who you should follow, for she is considerably funnier than your friends.]