Banksy's “This is where I draw the line” on the side of the Red Vic got buffed a week or so ago after being up for nearly a year. Now, I'd probably be more alarmed about this if I ever went up to the Upper Haight to admire street art. Or if I ever went up to the Upper Haight for any reason at all. But what amazes me about this particular instance of street art disappearing is that people have already begun 'defending' his work's memory—or at least going up against the property owner—as if it was some sort of human rights abuse to cover it up. “Nobody's finished we aint even begun.” Oh shittt, I can see the property owner pissing his pants all the way from the Mission.
For the unfamiliar: