Urbiconography
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\ˈər-bəī-kə-ˈnä-grə-fē’\
Etymology : Latin urbānus, from urbs, urb-, city + Medieval Latin iconographia, from Greek eikonographia sketch, description, from eikonographein to describe, from eikon- + graphein to write
Function : Noun

1. An unauthorized way of expressing oneself through every surface the city has to offer. May it be a wall, glass, door, tree, post, car, etc…
This practice has been around since the Roman Empire, and can be achieved through many methods as painting, carving, engraving or pasting.

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(Rodrigo Langarica Avila 26.11.07)
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