Today I saw some really neat banksy art in my Twitter feed and it sparked a search engine hunt for more information about this art. I came across this article about the gorilla with pink mask painting being covered up by the owner of the Muslim centre. This is just one example of how graffiti can sometimes pester shop or building owners – but at the same time it is beautiful art and is actually gaining some massive value. So I got to thinking, how could we find a compromise for these two worlds? The world of a clean storefront, but also the world of some of the most creative art. This fine silver line can be found in the emerging industry of augmented reality, both worlds can exist – but people can make the conscious choice between one or the other. Now how could this work? It would be like a special internet for art, or for real world games, or really any interest you could conceive. I would compare the variety of “themed realities” to a website like reddit – you can zero in on particular interests, congregated on the internet or in real life around these interests, and then also build more content about that area.