About

We don’t do or animate people to do vandalism, all our pictures have been sent from people all around the world, we just show art. This includes graffiti on trains, walls, bombings, tags, trespassing & vandalism and the very unique atmosphere during, before or after these actions.

This website is a documentary record and critique of managing the damage as a form of artistic expression. The publisher of this website does not, in any way, endorse vandalism or the use of graffiti for the defacement of private and state-owned property.

The publisher of the website is also not responsible for any positive identification of any graffito. The pictures on this site may also not be used as evidence in any legal prosecution as they remain copyright of the site, except those that have been submitted by contributors.

The submitted content remains the copyright of the individual owners. However, if Manage the Damage wishes to publish them in any way in future – that is, in a book or DVD form, then because the content was submitted it will become available for use.

All content on this site is copyrighted and must not be used in any publication (including the internet) without the prior written consent from Manage the Damage. If you would like to use something, please ask our permission by sending us an email.

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5 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi there,
    Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by my little corner of the blogosphere and for the follow. I hope that you get as much pleasure from it as I do,
    Looking forward to seeing more from you :-)

    Eddie

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