|Title||Author||Replies||Last Replier||Latest Post|
|Decoding urban markup||Peter Kaminski||2||Wilfred Knievel||9 years ago|
|The name of this group||Eli the Bearded||3||Eli the Bearded||10 years ago|
Group DescriptionUrban Markup Language consists of marks, symbols, directional indicators and acronymic text that has been spray painted on and around the urban landscape. This is not graffiti. This is not stenciling. This is not traffic or pedestrian markings found on roadways and crosswalks. However, it is akin to tagging. Urban markup is the transient, functional language of construction and reconstruction.
Wired Magazine 12.09 : Urban Markup Language
Smithsonian: Decoding The City: Infrastructural Graffiti
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I also maintain a set of Urban Markup Language bookmarks on Pinboard.
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