Tag Archives: Graffiti

Saving Smarts on a Budget

Driving through Cordoba, Argentina, Dr. Vestra explained again. “The world’s greatest geniuses all emit Benoche Waves. Einstein and Oppenheimer had it. Many more are wasted because no one realized it. With Benoche Waves, we can!” “But why do you need … Continue reading

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City of Smiles

Young Ariela did it in a dream. When she awoke, the force still compelled her, and she began drawing. She drew on her bedroom wall, on the kitchen table, everywhere. Two lines and a crescent. On the way to school, … Continue reading

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Raging Art

Ryan Hennessy had rage issues. He eventually found solace, a means to control his impulses through art, specifically graffiti art. Unfortunately, the city of Detroit had a dim view of this medium. That’s how the city of Austin became the … Continue reading

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