By Nathan M. Walters, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Copa Graffiti (the Graffiti Cup), the project that has transformed fifteen MetrôRio stations in Rio's Zona Norte (North Zone), is another boost for the city's image as a street art-friendly metropolis. At the same time, the project promises to instill a new sense of pride in the neighborhoods surrounding the new works of art.
MetrôRio sponsored the project, providing assistance to the street artists who competitively painted over a ten-day period, ending today (October 31st), at fifteen stations stretching from São Crist . . .