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Although you won’t see the D.A.R.E. logo front-and-center on the Oxygen website, it is one of the key sponsors of the network’s irritating new fiasco, Street Art Throwdown, a contrived street art reality show that debuted two weeks ago. Yes, D.A.R.E., a group founded by police who hate graffiti, is funding a show that celebrates […]

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On Tuesday night, the Oxygen Network debuted its new, horribly promoted street art show and unsurprisingly, it was just as bad as the trailers and chatter about it suggested. Look, I get it. You have to dumb things down for television, and for content like this to be successful, it needs to be a caricature […]

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Since 1989, New York City subway trains have, for the most part, been completely graffiti free — an accomplishment that didn’t come easily. It took the MTA decades to eradicate the illicit urban art form from the transit system, so it’s not surprising that the agency is very particular about the type of advertising it […]

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