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It has prompted a police inquiry and a discussion that raged on Cambridge news online. Many believe its brightened up a bleak area in Newmarket Road Cambridge, wile others have said its artistic merit is questionable. The city’s anti graffiti “tsar” PC Steve Hinks he believes that the work by blight society give sanction to illegal graffiti spray painters who he says destroyed tens of thousands of pounds worth of property in the city. James Horton, of Victoria Road. Cambridge, who is the president of the Royal Society of British Artists, said the jury was out on whether graffiti constitutes art. He said it could be seen as simply an expression of teenage angst and if the art was officially sanctioned, it lessened its original purpose. In ans%%er to whether it is art or vandalism, he said: "It is a difficult one. I think that there are things that are broadly labelled art, or that are called art that have been challenged as something that is simply decoration. "Teenage angst on a wall is probably a good way of defining graffiti. Things are called art which may involve a creative process, but thatto me is closer to decoration, which can make something look better than it was. "Banksy is very famous for his graffiti but I think this is more to do with popular culture than the long-term achievement that wesee in the fine arts. I don't think people will be talking about his work in 50 years' time. It is part of the zeitgeist. But I don't know if you can study graffiti at university. "Graffiti began life as an illegal activity, an action or a protest, so I wonder if it has been sanitized if permission is given to do it." The work was sprayed over the wall of Cambridge brick by street artists who gathered for the city's biggest "graffiti jam" organized by the society, the city's largest street art organization. One artist joined Cambridge News Online to defend the work Vak said: "I took part in this event and painted the big woman's portrait with the gold background. As with most artists in this field of work, I started out with tagging and being a bit of a nuisance. "However, as my skills progressed I met new artists and they showed me that you don't have to work illegally for some sort of expression of who you areor what you do. "I began to work legally, but as Cambridge had no legal walls it was a slow process as I would have to travel out of town to put my works up legally. I then began to produce artwork off of walls to put in exhibitions - and sold out. "It is great that Cambridge is modernising itself in a way. Newmarket Road was run down, ugly, and a dreary road to travel down. If our artwork can help brighten just a few people's days then that's enough for me." Jonathan Bates, of The Blight Society, said he spoke to residents and traders before starting work on the project. He said: "The feedback I got was overwhelmingly positive. I hope that people are happy with what we painted. Our intention was to improve the area and make it look cared for and interesting for people who pass through and the people who live there." Raymond Brown (cambridge-news.co. ukMy 2011 Barbie Wishlist
Since I'm a new collector (started 2 months ago) I've basically searched far and wide all over the net for the Barbies I want to have. I've looked for the best of the best. My collection is primarily on the Barbie Basics line. I'm the type of collector who likes to take toys out of their boxes and play with them rather than displaying them in their boxes. So I think the Basics line is perfect for me. These are the items I want for this year. Let's begin! 1. Barbie Basics 2.5 Look No.1 - This is a must-have pack. The blazer alone is to die for!!!. 2. Barbie Basics 2.5 Look No.2 - To go with Look No.1. I can't let this one pass. I gotta have it! 3. Barbie Basics 2.5 Model 14 - Her overall look makes her stand out. I gotta have a platinum blonde, pale skin in my collection. 4. Barbie Basics 1.5 Model 1 - The only raven haired Mackie mold in the Basics line. She has a lot of potential. Edgy actually. I want to recolor her lips. 5. Best Model On Location: Milan - She had the best fashions in the line. I wonder how I can get her. Ebay? maybe. She's pretty but I don't know if I should sell her nude or keep her. 6. Barbie Princess of South Africa - She is fierce! I really want her. I will rebody her with a model muse or a pivotal in the future. 7. Christian Louboutin Shoe Pack - I gotta have 'em! They're perfect for my Basics doll! The red one is my fave! 8. Barbie Basics 2.0 Model 14 - She is a stand out. She's my fave from the collection. 9. Barbie Basics 2.5 Model 4 - Originally I just want Model 14, but she's beautiful, I want her too! 10. Barbie Basics 1.0 Model 8 - My favorite from the collection! Her overall look appeals to me. Probably the prettiest one for me. 11. Barbie Basics 1.5 Look No.2 - Shoes! shoes! and more shoes! I'll repaint some of them. I can't wait! 12. Barbie Basics 2.0 Model 17 - The only guy I like from the collection. He's the best looking AA Ken ever! 13. Barbie Top Model Nikki - I love her! But her outfit's gotta go! So I'm selling them. 14. Barbie Basics 1.0 Model 2 - My third fave from the collection is Lara (first is Model 8 then Model 10 second). I love her dress and she's brunette! I don't know why, but I love dark hair obvious from my wishlist...:| 15. Barbie Basics 2.5 Model 8 - Again, I didn't want her at first because I didn't like hers and Model 4's tops (I still don't). It's like an after thought of Model 14's top. But again, she's beautiful! I freakin love her hair!!! I'm getting all of 'em because I like the gold, silver and bronze idea. I think I'm gonna buy 2 of each doll for rebodying purposes. There you go! Wish me luck!!!
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