This work prominently depicts a work of illegal graffiti which might not be in the public domain and has not been released under a free license.
Occasionally graffiti will be kept, using the claim that an author might be denied any copyright relief based on an illegal act; however, there is no evidence of this legal theory being tested. See Commons:Image casebook#Graffiti.
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