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/>Graffiti Archaeology is one of the most
ambitious, as well as impressive, web projects we’ve come across in quite some
time. On the site, you can currently track over eleven graffiti covered walls to
see how they’ve changed over time. Some of the photos date back to 1998, so you
can see five years of evolution. The site has an extremely user friendly
interface that lets you see the wall evolve in a time lapse fashion.
/>If you haven’t yet done so, check out Graffiti Archaeology. It’s brand new so
shoot any feedback you have over to Cassidy. He’s one of the site creators. We do hope
that this site catches on and people start documenting the walls in their ‘hood.
It’s a very cool concept.