Back in Novemeber we posted about graffiti for Sony's PSP handheld popping up in major cities. Now it seems that it's ticking off some in San Francisco and resulting in the graffiti being spraypainted over and having lines added including "Advertising directed at your counter-culture, "Get out of my city," and changing Sony to "Fony".
When asked about the criticism, Molly Smith, spokesperson for Sony, countered that art is subjective and that both the content and the medium dovetailed with Sony's belief that the PSP is a "disrupter product" that lets people play games, surf the internet and watch movies wherever they want.
"With PSP being a portable product, our target is what we consider to be urban nomads, people who are on the go constantly," Smith said.
There isn't any info yet if similar acts are taking place in other cities where the campaign is running.