People Are Covering Racist Graffiti With Cat Stickers

We can quibble over the definitions of graffiti vs. street art, but I think it’s pretty safe to say that most people have issues with racist scribbling on public surfaces. It’s not cool.

Most of us don’t have the time, supplies, or skill required to turn a swastika into a windmill, but a new trend is starting to pop up that almost anyone can take part in.

Yes, technically putting stickers on public surfaces is also vandalism, but this is the kind I can get behind.

The stickers don’t just cover the original, hateful message, but directly point out that they are doing so.

According to the listing, the stickers are high-quality enough to last about 6-months out in the elements.

Full article @ DiplyLife