Stop C.

This street corner is home to more heavy tagging, however, the private owners of the corner residence have began to commission artists to create larger legal and more recognisable images and forms in an effort to minimise "tagging" and create a vibrant space. Clearly, if this is the case, then it must be so that there is some recognised value in street art in the public eye. But where does the "vandalistic tagging" sit now in the public eye? It seems in a sense that the spontaneous arrival of tagging has culminated with the creation of desired street art. Can we somehow link the illegal graffiti culture as being responsible for the more desired street art mediums?