Is the NBC singing-competition show The Voice responsible for a string of really strange (and very limited) graffiti marketing on and around a vacant building on the corner of Ninth Street and Main, or is it the work of a rogue devotee of the American Idol-like show? A tipster writes: "Little over a week ago as I was walking down Ninth Street in DTLA I saw I guy shooting what looked like promos for NBC's the Voice. He had a card board cut out of the logo and a white can of spray paint and was shooting the logo he had just created. I didn't think much of it at the time figuring it would wash of. Well cut to this morning and it's still there. This after the rain of earlier this week. I find it interesting that a NBC show would vandalize both public and private property."