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{{Selfref|For vandalism-related policy on Wikipedia, see [[Wikipedia:Vandalism]].}}
 
   
[[File:0710 - Milano - Cagnola, Tempietto dei Giardini della Guastalla - Foto Giovanni Dall'Orto 5-May-2007.jpg|thumb|240px|This ancient Italian statue decorating the [[neoclassical architecture|neoclassical]] temple built by [[Luigi Cagnola]] suffered vandalism in the form of damage and [[graffiti]], 2007.]]'''Vandalism''' is the behaviour attributed originally to the [[Vandal]]s, by the [[Ancient Rome|Roman]]s, in respect of [[culture]]: ruthless destruction or spoiling of anything [[Beauty|beautiful]] or [[venerable]].<ref>{{cite web|title=Oxford English Dictionary|url=http://www.oed.com|accessdate=2008-05-06|publisher=[[Oxford University Press]]}}</ref> Such action includes [[defacement (vandalism)|defacement]], [[graffiti]] and [[criminal damage]].
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|bgcolor="#000" style="border: 1px solid #999999;"|'''Developer'''
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|style="border: 1px solid #999999; width:14em"|Team Shanghai Alice
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|style="border: 1px solid #999999;"|Ichijinsha
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|bgcolor="#000" style="border: 1px solid #999999;"|'''Released'''
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|style="border: 1px solid #999999;"|July 2009
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|bgcolor="#000" style="border: 1px solid #999999;"|'''Genre'''
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|style="border: 1px solid #999999;"|Illustrated reference book
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==History of the term==
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'''''The Grimoire of Marisa''''' (グリモワール オブ マリサ) is the third official Touhou fanbook. Its focus is mainly on spell cards of many characters with screen shots of that spell card from the games, and comments written in the perspective of [[Marisa Kirisame]], as she has made this album or scrapbook.
The [[Vandals]], an ancient Germanic people, are associated with senseless destruction as a result of their [[Sack of Rome (455)|sack of Rome]] under King [[Genseric]] in 455. During the [[Age of Enlightenment|Enlightenment]], Rome was idealized, while the [[Goths]] and Vandals were blamed for its destruction. The Vandals may not have been any more destructive than other invaders of ancient times, but they did inspire British poet [[John Dryden]] to write, ''Till Goths, and Vandals, a rude Northern race, Did all the matchless Monuments deface'' (1694). The term ''Vandalisme'' was coined in 1794 by Henri Grégoire, bishop of Blois, to describe the destruction of artwork following the French Revolution. The term was quickly adopted across Europe. This new use of the term was important in colouring the perception of the Vandals from later Late Antiquity, popularising the pre-existing idea that they were a barbaric group with a taste for destruction.<ref>{{harvnb|Merrill|Miles|2010|pp=9–10}}</ref>
 
   
Historically, vandalism has been justified by painter [[Gustave Courbet]] as destruction of monuments symbolizing "war and conquest". Therefore, it is often done as an expression of contempt, creativity, or both. [[Gustave Courbet]]'s attempt, during the 1871 [[Paris Commune]], to dismantle the [[Place Vendôme|Vendôme column]], a symbol of the past [[Napoleon III of France|Napoleon III]] authoritarian Empire, was one of the most celebrated events of vandalism. [[Friedrich Nietzsche|Nietzsche]] himself would meditate after the Commune on the "fight against culture", taking as example the intentional burning of the [[Tuileries Palace]] on May 23, 1871. "The criminal fight against culture is only the reverse side of a criminal culture" wrote [[Pierre Klossowski|Klossowski]] after quoting Nietzsche.<ref name="klossowski">See [[Pierre Klossowski]], ''Nietzsche and the Vicious Circle'', first Chapter: What is the value of culture if those who are exploited by it destroy it? ''"En sorte qu'il nous faut être bien loin de vouloir, du haut de notre sentiment de nous-mêmes, imputer le crime d'un combat contre la culture exclusivement à ces malheureux.'' Je sais ce que cela veut dire: le combat contre la culture. (...) '' je me campronnai avec une conviction sérieuse à la valeur métaphysique de l'art, lequel ne saurait exister à cause des pauvres gens, mais doit accomplir des missions plus hautes. Mais, en dépit de mon extrême douleur, je n'étais pas en état de jeter la moindre pierre à ces profanateurs qui, pour moi, n'étaient que les suppôts de la culpabilité universelle, sur laquelle il y a beaucoup à méditer!"'' (Nietzsche quoted by Klossowski pp.29-30 French edition, who adds: ''"Le combat criminel contre la culture n'est lui-même que l'envers d'une culture criminelle"'' ("The criminal fight against culture is only the reverse side of a criminal culture")</ref>
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It also comes with [[The Grimoire of Marisa (CD)|a CD]] containing two original music tracks and some desktop wallpapers.
   
In a proposal to the International Conference for Unification of Criminal Law held in Madrid in 1933, [[Raphael Lemkin]] envisaged the creation of two new international crimes (delicta [[jus gentium|juris gentium]]): the crime of barbarity, consisting in the extermination of racial, religious or social collectivities, and the crime of vandalism, consisting in the destruction of cultural and artistic works of these groups.<ref>[[Raphael Lemkin]]: [http://www.preventgenocide.org/de/lemkin/anwaltsblatt1933.htm Akte der Barbarei und des Vandalismus als delicta juris gentium], Anwaltsblatt Internationales (Wien), November 1933.</ref> The proposal was not accepted.
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==Contents==
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*pg. 1: [[:File:GOM.jpg|Cover]]
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*pg. 3: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Author's Aphorism|Author's Aphorism]]
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*pg. 5: Index
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*pg. 7: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Foreword|Foreword]]
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*pg. 9: Title
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**pg. 10-17: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Reimu Hakurei's Spell Cards|Reimu Hakurei's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 18: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Rumia's Spell Card|Rumia's Spell Card]]
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**pg. 18-19: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Wriggle Nightbug's Spell Cards|Wriggle Nightbug's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 19-20: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Parsee Mizuhashi's Spell Cards|Parsee Mizuhashi's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 21-22: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Nitori Kawashiro's Spell Cards|Nitori Kawashiro's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 22: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Letty Whiterock's Spell Cards|Letty Whiterock's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 23-24: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Hong Meiling's Spell Cards|Hong Meiling's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 25-29: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Youmu Konpaku's Spell Cards|Youmu Konpaku's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 30: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Mystia Lorelei's Spell Card|Mystia Lorelei's Spell Card]]
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**pg. 30-31: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Hina Kagiyama's Spell Cards|Hina Kagiyama's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 31: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Kisume's Spell Card|Kisume's Spell Card]]
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**pg. 31-32: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Yamame Kurodani's Spell Cards|Yamame Kurodani's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 32-34: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Ran Yakumo's Spell Cards|Ran Yakumo's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 35: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Chen's Spell Cards|Chen's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 36-37: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Keine Kamishirasawa's Spell Cards|Keine Kamishirasawa's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 37-38: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Komachi Onozuka's Spell Cards|Komachi Onozuka's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 39: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Shizuha Aki's Spell Card|Shizuha Aki's Spell Card]]
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**pg. 39-40: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Minoriko Aki's Spell Cards|Minoriko Aki's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 40-43: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Aya Shameimaru's Spell Cards|Aya Shameimaru's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 44-47: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Suika Ibuki's Spell Cards|Suika Ibuki's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 48-49: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Yuugi Hoshiguma's Spell Cards|Yuugi Hoshiguma's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 50-52: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Shikieiki Yamaxanadu's Spell Cards|Shikieiki Yamaxanadu's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 53: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Medicine Melancholy's Spell Cards|Medicine Melancholy's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 54-55: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: The Prismriver Sisters' Spell Cards|The Prismriver Sisters' Spell Cards]]
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***pg. 54: [[The Grimoire of_Marisa: The Prismriver Sisters' Spell Cards#Lunasa|Lunasa Prismriver's Spell Card]]
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***pg. 55: [[The Grimoire of_Marisa: The Prismriver Sisters' Spell Cards#Merlin|Merlin Prismriver's Spell Card]]
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***pg. 55: [[The Grimoire of_Marisa: The Prismriver Sisters' Spell Cards#Lyrica|Lyrica Prismriver's Spell Card]]
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**pg. 56: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Cirno's Spell Cards|Cirno's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 57-61: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Eirin Yagokoro's Spell Cards|Eirin Yagokoro's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 61-63: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Reisen Udongein Inaba's Spell Cards|Reisen Udongein Inaba's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 64-69: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Kaguya Houraisan's Spell Cards|Kaguya Houraisan's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 70: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Tewi Inaba's Spell Cards|Tewi Inaba's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 71-73: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Orin's Spell Cards|Orin's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 74-78: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Utsuho Reiuji's Spell Cards|Utsuho Reiuji's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 79-83: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Kanako Yasaka's Spell Cards|Kanako Yasaka's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 84-89: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Suwako Moriya's Spell Cards|Suwako Moriya's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 90-95: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Alice Margatroid's Spell Cards|Alice Margatroid's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 96-103: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Patchouli Knowledge's Spell Cards|Patchouli Knowledge's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 104-109: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Remilia Scarlet's Spell Cards|Remilia Scarlet's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 110-115: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Flandre Scarlet's Spell Cards|Flandre Scarlet's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 116-117: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Iku Nagae's Spell Cards|Iku Nagae's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 118-123: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Tenshi Hinanawi's Spell Cards|Tenshi Hinanawi's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 124-130: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Yuyuko Saigyouji's Spell Cards|Yuyuko Saigyouji's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 131-137: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Yukari Yakumo's Spell Cards|Yukari Yakumo's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 138-139: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Satori Komeiji's Spell Card|Satori Komeiji's Spell Card]]
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**pg. 140-145: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Koishi Komeiji's Spell Cards|Koishi Komeiji's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 146-150: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Sakuya Izayoi's Spell Cards|Sakuya Izayoi's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 151-153: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Sanae Kochiya's Spell Cards|Sanae Kochiya's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 154-158: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Fujiwara no Mokou's Spell Cards|Fujiwara no Mokou's Spell Cards]]
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**pg. 159-162: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Marisa Kirisame's Spell Cards|Marisa Kirisame's Spell Cards]]
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*pg. 164-166: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Afterword by Marisa Kirisame|Afterword by Marisa Kirisame]]
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*pg. 167: [[The Grimoire of Marisa: Afterword by ZUN|Afterword by ZUN]]
   
==As a crime==
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[[Image:Lecvandalismsanctuarydoor.jpg|thumb|left|upright|The destruction of glass windows and doors is a form of vandalism.]]
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[[Image:Politicalvandalism.jpg|thumb|Politically motivated vandalism.]]
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Private citizens commit vandalism when they willfully damage or deface the property of others or the [[commons]]. Some vandalism may qualify as [[culture jamming]] or [[Breaching experiment|sniggling]]: it is thought by some to be artistic in nature even though carried out illegally or without the property owner's permission. Examples include at least some [[graffiti]] art, billboard "liberation" and possibly [[crop circles]]. [[Criminal]] vandalism takes many forms. [[Graffiti]] on [[public property]] is common in many [[inner cities]] as part of a [[gang]] culture; however, other more serious forms of vandalism that may take place during public unrest such as [[rioting]] can involve the willful destruction of public and [[private property]]. Vandalism per se is sometimes considered one of the less serious common crimes, but it can become quite serious and distressing when committed extensively, violently or as an expression of hatred and intimidation.
 
 
===Examples===
 
Examples of vandalism include salting lawns, cutting trees without permission, [[egging|egg throwing]], breaking windows, [[arson]], spraying paint on others' properties, [[graffiti|tagging]], placing glue into locks, tire slashing, ''keying'' (scratching) paint, ransacking a property, and flooding a house by clogging a sink and leaving the water running.
 
 
===Political===
 
In elections, opposing candidates' supporters may engage in "political vandalism" - the act of defacing opponents' political posters, bumper stickers, billboards, and other [[street marketing]] material. Although the nature of this material is temporary, its effect can be long-lasting as it may reflect both negatively and positively on the candidate whose material is being vandalized as well as on the presumed candidate whose supporters are engaging in the vandalism.
 
 
===Motives===
 
[[Image:KeyedPaintOnCar.JPG|thumb|left|Side of a car that has been ''keyed''.]]
 
[[Image:SR165sign.jpg|thumb|A caution sign damaged by [[bullet]] holes.]]
 
Actions of this kind can be ascribed to anger or envy, or to spontaneous, opportunistic behaviour– possibly for peer acceptance or [[bravado]] in [[gang]] cultures, or disgruntlement with the target (victim) person or society. Opportunistic vandalism of this nature may also be filmed, the mentality of which can be akin to [[happy slapping]]. The large-scale prevalence of gang graffiti in some inner cities has almost made it acceptable to the societies based there– so much so that it may go unnoticed, or not be removed, possibly because it may be a fruitless endeavour, to be graffitied on once again.
 
 
===Reaction of authorities===
 
In view of its incivility, [[punishment]] for vandalism can be particularly severe in some countries. In [[Singapore]], for example, a person who attempts to cause or commits an act of vandalism may be liable to [[imprisonment]] for up to 3 years and may also be punished with [[Caning in Singapore|caning]]. Vandalism in the UK is construed as an [[environmental crime]] and may be punished with an [[ASBO]] (Anti-Social Behaviour Order).
 
 
Former [[New York City]] [[mayor]] [[Rudolph Giuliani]] made a crackdown on vandalism a centerpiece of his anti-crime agenda in the 1990s, asserting that a strong campaign against nonviolent "quality of life" crimes such as vandalism would bring about a corresponding decrease in violent crime. FBI statistics claim that New York's crime rate plummeted during his tenure.<ref>{{cite press release |title=FBI Crime Statistics For Calendar Year 2000 Show Drop In New York City Crime |publisher=NYC Mayor's Press Office |date=2001-05-30 |url=http://www.nyc.gov/html/om/html/2001a/pr181-01.html |accessdate=2007-08-04 }}</ref>
 
 
==As art==
 
{{Details|Graffiti}}
 
 
[[Image:Graffiti in Bucharest, July 2007.jpg|thumb|[[Graffiti]] is a common form of vandalism.]]
 
[[Image:Germanicus Graffiti.jpg|thumb|left|upright|A bust of [[Germanicus Caesar]]. Note the cross incised on the statue's forehead and the broken off nose.<ref>[http://www.britishmuseum.org/explore/highlights/highlight_objects/gr/b/basalt_bust_of_germanicus.aspx British Museum]</ref> ]]
 
[[File:Banksy graffiti removal.jpg|thumb|left|thumb|Graffiti depicting graffiti removal by [[Banksy]]. Created in May 2008 at [[Leake Street]] in London, painted over by August 2008. Notice the animals resembling [[cave art]] from [[Lascaux]] or [[Cave of Altamira|Altamira]].]]
 
 
Though vandalism in itself is illegal, it is often also an integral part of modern popular culture. French painter [[Gustave Courbet]]'s attempt to disassemble the [[Place Vendôme|Vendôme column]] during the 1871 [[Paris Commune]] was probably one of the first artistic vandalist acts, celebrated at least since [[Dadaism|Dada]] performances during [[World War I]]. The Vendôme column was considered a symbol of the recently-deposed [[Second French Empire|Second Empire]] of [[Napoleon III of France|Napoleon III]], and dismantled as such.
 
 
After the burning of the [[Tuileries Palace]] on May 23, 1871, Philosopher [[Friedrich Nietzsche]] himself meditated about the "fight against culture", wondering what could justify culture if it were to be destroyed in such a "senseless" manner (the arguments are: culture is justified by works of art and scientific achievements; exploitation is necessary to those achievements, leading to the creation of exploited people who then fight against culture. In this case, culture can't be legitimised by art achievements, and Nietzsche writes: "I {also} know what it means: fighting against culture". After quoting him, [[Pierre Klossowski|Klossowski]] writes: "The criminal fight against culture is only the reverse side of a criminal culture".<ref name="klossowski"/>
 
 
As destruction of [[monument]], vandalism can only have sense in a culture respecting [[history]], [[archeology]] - Nietzsche spoke of ''monumental history''. As destruction of monumental history, vandalism was assured a long [[life]] (as [[Herostratus]] proved): [[Performance art]] could make such a claim, as well as [[Hakim Bey]]'s ''poetic terrorism'' or ''Destroy 2000 Years of Culture'' from [[Atari Teenage Riot]]. Gustave Courbet's declaration stated:
 
 
<blockquote>"Attendu que la colonne Vendôme est un monument dénué de toute valeur artistique, tendant à perpétuer par son expression les idées de guerre et de conquête qui étaient dans la dynastie impériale, mais que réprouve le sentiment d’une nation républicaine, [le citoyen Courbet] émet le vœu que le gouvernement de la Défense nationale veuille bien l’autoriser à déboulonner cette colonne."<ref>{{cite web |language=French |title=La Colonne Vendôme déboulonnée |publisher= |url=http://www.histoire-image.org/site/etude_comp/etude_comp_detail.php?analyse_id=60 |accessdate=2007-08-04 }}</ref></blockquote>
 
 
<blockquote>("As the Vendôme column is a monument devoid of any artistic value, whose expression tens to perpetuate the ideas of war and conquest from the imperial dynasty, but that reject the sentiment of a republican nation, citizen Courbet declares that that the government of National Defense should allow him to dismantle this column.")</blockquote>
 
 
Hence, painter Courbet justified the dismantlement of the Vendôme column on political grounds, downgrading its artistic value. Vandalism poses the problem of the value of art compared to life's hardships: Courbet thought that the political values transmitted by this work of art neutralized its artistic value. Anyway, his project wasn't followed, however, on April 12, 1871, the dismantlement of the imperial symbol was voted by the Commune, and the column taken down on May 8. After the assault on the [[Paris Commune]] by [[Adolphe Thiers]], Gustave Courbet was condemned to pay part of the expenses.
 
 
In 1974, [[Norman Mailer]] glorified the art of vandalism in Faith of Graffiti, which likened tagging in New York City to the work of Giotto and Rauschenberg. New York Authorities responded by coating subway walls with [[Teflon]] paint, jailing taggers and requiring hardware stores to keep spray paint under lock and key.<ref>[http://www.aiga.org/content.cfm/fine-art-si-vandalism-no Fine Art, Sí, Vandalism, No]</ref>
 
 
[[Graffiti|Tags]], [[designs]], and [[Styles of Writing|styles of writing]] are commonplace on clothing and are an influence on many of the corporate [[logos]] with which we are familiar. Many [[skateparks]] and similar youth-oriented venues are decorated with commissioned graffiti-style artwork, and in many others patrons are welcome to leave their own. There is still, however, a very fine line between vandalism as an artform, as a [[political statement]], and as a [[crime]]. An excellent example of one who walks this threefold line is [[Bristol]] born guerrilla-artist [[Banksy]], who is revered as a cult artistic figure by most people. When councils have removed his works, they have been met by public outrage. Official vandalism is far worse than that perpetrated by individuals, a point made by Banksy when decorating buildings of no architectural merit whatsoever.
 
 
==See also==
 
*[[Abuse]]
 
*[[Iconoclasm]]
 
*[[Malicious mischief]]
 
 
==References==
 
;Notes
 
{{reflist}}
 
 
;Bibliography
 
{{refbegin}}
 
*{{citation |last1=Merrills |first1=Andy |last2=Miles |first2=Richard |title=The Vandals |publisher=[[John Wiley & Sons]] |year=2010 |isbn=978-1-4051-6068-1}}
 
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{{Commons category|Vandalism}}
 
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The Grimoire of Marisa
グリモワール オブ マリサ
GOM
Developer Team Shanghai Alice
Publisher Ichijinsha
Released July 2009
Genre Illustrated reference book

The Grimoire of Marisa (グリモワール オブ マリサ) is the third official Touhou fanbook. Its focus is mainly on spell cards of many characters with screen shots of that spell card from the games, and comments written in the perspective of Marisa Kirisame, as she has made this album or scrapbook.

It also comes with a CD containing two original music tracks and some desktop wallpapers.

ContentsEdit


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