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Mobstr,Street Art,The Buff Man Cometh
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Street Art of the Day: Newcastle's Mobstr says: "The buff man is the harshest critic of what is painted on walls. It is time to start criticising back (cose his work ain't that great)."

[mobstr.]

Earlier: Mobstr and the buff man

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banksy,MOCA,Street Art
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Museum Art of the Day: MOCA's "Art in the Streets" -- the first major US museum exhibition dedicated to street art -- opens to the public this Sunday, and will remain open through August 8.

Among the familiar pieces stretching all the way back to the dawn of graffiti-based vandalism are new and original pieces from the likes of Os Gemeos and Banksy (above).

My Modern Met took some photos duri

in russia,Innovative Vandalism,Meanwhile,Street Art,Voina
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Innovative Vandalism of the Day: After initially rejecting their nomination for a government-backed innovation award, controversial Russian art collective Voina have reportedly picked up the 400,000 ruble ($14,200) prize for their gia

Daniel Savage,Street Art,Williamsburg Waldo
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Street Art of the Day: Daniel Savage's hipster Waldo is hiding in and around his hometown of -- where else -- Williamsburg.

Don't bother looking for him, though. He's really obscure.

[williamsburgwaldo.]

Bridge and Tunnel Trap,Hipster Trap,Street Art,Urban Trap
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Street Art of the Day: "Hipster trap" artists Jeff Greenspan and Hunter Fine set up their latest urban sculpture -- the "bridge and tunnel trap" -- outside Mason Dixon in the Lower East Side.

Among the various bait props: a tube of hair gel, a bottle of bronzer, and some Drakkar

Guerrilla knitting,Knitta Please,Street Art,Yarn Bomb
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Street Art of the Day: Guerrilla knitter Ishknits yarn bombs a subway seat on Philadelphia’s Blue Line.

[wooster / tms.]

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