Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Verizon's ongoing war on graffiti and stuff

Nearly eight months have passed since we last looked in on the ongoing brown-paint war at the Verizon building along 13th Street (at Second Avenue)... we thought that Verizon had simply given up.

Not so!

EV Grieve reader evilnyc just passed along these shots. A new tactic — powerwashing and painting via the city's Graffiti Free NYC...




To be continued...

Previously on EV Grieve:
First tag reappears on the Verizon building

Brownout: Verizon building graffiti painted over

Verizon is going to blow the budget on brown paint

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

I like this program. However, I don't think the city should pay to clean a building owned by a company that makes billions in profit every quarter.

Anonymous said...

Time to go bombing!

Anonymous said...

Good. Now what can be done to also clean graffiti off the various metal store grates? What an eyesore.

- East Villager

Anonymous said...

Come on Verizon....

put up some cameras so you can stop or record the vandalizers and yes buy the paint yourselves and have the super paint it over the next morning.

end of issue

Anonymous said...

Graffiti is an art form that is part of the urban landscape and will NEVER go away. So accept it for what it is and quit complaining.