This Guy Tidies Up Ugly Graffiti By Making It Actually Readable

One guy has finally had enough of scarcely-readable urban art, and decided to redesign the “artwork” in his city. Mathieu Tremblin, who lives and works in France, created Tag Clouds, with the idea of replacing “the all-over of graffiti calligraphy by readable translations like the clouds of keywords which can be found on the Internet.”

This genius concept takes away the “artsy” feel of graffiti-writing and just makes writing random names on walls look, well, plain ridiculous.

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Mathieu’s work can also be found all over Netherlands and Belgium.

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