Atlanta, Georgia: The stammering Looney Tunes cartoon character Elmer Fudd, well known for chasing rabbits, has been turned into a poignant piece of social commentary street art. The well-sprayed Fudd was wearing a police uniform and the sign beside him read "Negro Season". Given the many intense reaction to the issues of racial injustice and police brutality, this was thoughtful, provoking, clever, understated, and painted with significant skill. Link here to photo of the street art.
Brookfield, Connecticut: What was once a tribute to the victims of the Sandy Hook School Massacre was painted over with a grey paint. The tribute mural had been up since December 2012. It is unclear why the bridge was painted out, but the assumption is that the rail company that is responsible for the bridge did so as part of their routine maintenance.
Not all graffiti should be treated equal.
Nashville, Tennessee: The phrase "Save a Life, Kill a Cop" appeared spray painted on the side of a trailer.
When does Street Art cross over the line between shock art and a call to violence?
From Clean City Innovation Graffiti Watch