Scott Wayne Indiana takes public art to new level with braille graffiti. The idea is to put pieces of braille graffiti around here and there as stand alone pieces or as descriptions of sighted graffiti. It’s to add a little something interesting to everyday things like handrails and the backs of signs.

It’s also something to add a connection between sighted and blind people by providing them with something to talk about and share. So few sighted people understand braille that braille graffiti can act as a reminder to sighted people that blind people can help sighted people just as much as the other way around.

Some people like it, others hate it.
I for once like it. What do you think?