Mcclendonvilla September 2017 Challenge – Day 7


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Mcclendonvilla September 2017 Challenge – Day 7

Back Where I Come From

This challenge is based on Kenny Chesney’s song Back Where I Come From.  There are other home-and hometown-related questions to round out the 30 days of posts.

If you would like to participate in “Back Where I Come From Challenge”, Here is the link. Suzanne Gunter McClendon is the author of this challenge

September 2017 Day 7

Did you ever participate in creating graffiti or any type of artwork that would have been confrontational?

My answer – No!

Street Art and Graffiti is not encourage in Taranaki, all though there are some works around this area.

Street Art in New Plymouth NZ  – This is a website, the image below is in Burlin.


Photo Credit –  This is what happens to it in Taranaki also

What is the difference between Street Art and Graffiti? The only way I can explain it is Graffiti is “BAD”, and it’s not welcomed anywhere.

Street Act is beautiful if done by experts.

The only way I can explain it is Graffiti is “BAD”, and it’s not welcomed anywhere.

Graffiti is writing or drawings that have been scribbled, scratched or painted illicitly on a wall or other surface.

If interested in Street art in New Plymouth, my hometown now in retirement, here is a Facebook site


One thought on “Mcclendonvilla September 2017 Challenge – Day 7

  1. There are folks in this country that make a habit of painting on train cars. Some of the paintings are very pretty, but they aren’t in an acceptable place. I think some of these folks would make a very good living from their art were they putting it in an acceptable place and not vandalizing someone else’s property.

    I am glad that your area discourages it. Have a blessed weekend. 🙂


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