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Visions of protest: graffiti
Visions of protest: graffiti

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This course was written by Stefanie Sinclair.

Activity 1 written by Leigh-Anne Perryman, taken from the Y031 course ‘Making sense of art’.

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Figure 1: © Marion Bull/Alamy; Figure 2: © Stefanie Sinclair; Figure 3 image top right: © Lancaster & Morecambe Newspapers, other Figure 3 images, courtesy of Melody Treasure ; Figure 4: © Stefanie Sinclair; Figure 5: © Banksy; Figure 6: © Alan Boyles; Figure 7: © Emily Webber; Figure 8: © TATSCRU.NET.

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