This may not mean much to you, but I go to school in Detroit, and my mom works there... You should have heard how much she raved about your work! : ) and I have to say, I was really happy to see it for myself. It's amazing to see how artwork of all forms can bring people together.
XD thank you so much for adding some life and color to our lives! : )
This is absolutely amazing. I've never seen anything look so stunning. This has to be one of the best looking pieces of graffiti I've ever seen and it deserved the DD that it got. You did an absolutely tremendous job. Keep up the great work!
Well, I know nothing about the law and permission, but at this point it is what it is. The fact of the matter is that it's rather impressive, illegal or not. That's not to say any illegal action is to be encouraged, but when it's all said and done and put up on dA, it's a shame that some of the comments focus solely on its legal status. :/ There's no use complaining about what he should have done, especially since it seems to be in the nature of graffiti to dodge the law. At least it's not hurtful in any way. It'd be easier to just accept it for what it is and try appreciating the hard work that was put into it, I think. But, of course, what on Earth could I possibly know. :I
I was just saying that it's a shame that it was done illegally, not that it's not impressive, because it is very impressive. It's just that I'd be much better to know that he didn't do it illegally if he didn't, and that there's a sad fact that if they do find out that he did it ileggally and find out where he lives then the police could fine him for making the artwork, and that'd be a huge shame. :/
They could, in theory, but I wonder if they would at this point. o.o Looking at his other stuff, it appears that he's gotten away with it quite a bit. It'd be cool if these were all legal and everything, to avoid maybe a guilty feeling in some for enjoying the artwork, though.