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"I am totally against vandalism - with graffiti art, I'm not talking about those who splash colours on the wall and destroy public property," says Mr Gallizia.

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Jay One Ramier's Farewell, entirely executed with spray bomb, has established the graffitist's considerable skill at precise pressure control.
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Jan 29, 2016 5:50 AM

THINK graffiti, and you might think Banksy. But mention that to graffiti enthusiast Alain-Dominique Gallizia, and he sputters indignantly: "Banksy is b******t!"

His response isn't all that surprising. Aerosol art is divisive: some celebrate subversive scrawls on public walls, others decry

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