One of my favorite kinds of 'new' art is well done and well placed graffiti. I know it's illegal, and the bad stuff is no more than litter, but some of the work out there is beautiful, stylish, meaningful AND available to the public. Tagging is usually done in the dead of night, with a crew of lookouts and a daring artist who risks arrest or injury to make their paintings. Saturday night I was driving along and I saw a commotion - there was a live demo of spray can painting going on. I found it ironic that they had put tarps behind the panels to protect the building from getting any paint on it: This is a three segment, hand held panorama, stitched with Photoshop's photomerge command, then selectively erased. I am not particularly careful to align each shot, so you may see some evidence of misalignment. It doesn't bother me too much, as that is part of the photo now. Oh, did you notice the guy sitting in front of the door, chimping away?