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    Good copyright issues

    what if the artists are long gone, didn't sign or use a 'tag'

    Seems the surface is owned by owner of surface and can do whatever

    I have a bunch of tiny format mural, now sandblasted away, no tags, from 20 years ago...
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    Personally, I have no plans to sell an image of street art, so I have no copyright cares. I am, however, in the process of collecting as many images as I can find of a handful of street artists whose work I like, scanning the film, and will offer them high res digital files free of charge just for the fun of it. If they can make some extra money selling prints, t-shirts or whatever, that's a good thing AFAIC.

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    That is a good plan!

    I was in Chicago many years, graffiti was everywhere and just tagging, that too may be an art form


    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Roberts View Post
    Personally, I have no plans to sell an image of street art, so I have no copyright cares. I am, however, in the process of collecting as many images as I can find of a handful of street artists whose work I like, scanning the film, and will offer them high res digital files free of charge just for the fun of it. If they can make some extra money selling prints, t-shirts or whatever, that's a good thing AFAIC.
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    Agreed! We have some really good local street artists whose lettering, shadowing, etc. is outstanding.

    Here’s one inspirational story: https://303magazine.com/2018/10/tuke-denver-graffiti/

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    The images are wonderful. What is a Naked Crown Graphic? I know what a Crown Graphic is. What are the clothes which a naked camera lacks?

    David

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