What If “The Splasher” Is A Collective? (But Why?)

“Street artists have speculated for months about the identity of a mysterious figure who has become known as ‘the Splasher’ because he or she hurled colorful blobs of paint at prominent pieces of art on exterior walls in Brooklyn and Lower Manhattan. The only clues left behind in the paint assaults were bold manifestoes — phrases like ‘destroy the museums, in the streets and everywhere’ — that appeared to critique the commercialization of art. Now it appears that there may be more than one Splasher….”