Graffiti, form of visual communication, usually illegal, involving the unauthorized marking of public space by an individual or group. Although the common image of graffiti is a stylistic symbol or phrase spray-painted on a wall by a member of a street gang, some graffiti is not gang-related. Graffiti can be understood as antisocial behaviour performed in order to gain attention or as a form of thrill seeking, but it also can be understood as an expressive art form.
Derived from the Italian word graffio (“scratch”), graffiti (“incised inscriptions,” plural but often used as singular) has a long history. For example, markings have been found in ancient Roman ruins, in the remains of the Mayan city of Tikal in Central America, on rocks in Spain dating to the 16th century, and in medieval English churches.
The not-at-all-annual Graffiti Run has finally arrived! Your hares have prepared the shittiest of trails that will twist and wind all around the most beautiful Graffiti Beijing has to offer.
Whether you’re a Crip or Blood, Jet or Shark, hashers of all backgrounds are welcome to come drink some beer and explore the beautiful art Beijing has to offer.
Hares: Loose Lips, Up the Butt (No Babies), Pukelid’s Taxivomitry
Type: A to A, bag drop available
When: March 4th, 2023
Time: 1:30 pm, Run starts at 2 pm
Hash Cash: Run 30 RMB Dinner 75 RMB
Where: 紫光园高家园店 (Ziguangyuan Gaojiayuan) 朝阳区-将台路高家园小区3区