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Street Art of the Day: A New York City phone booth repurposed as a "communal library"/book drop by architect John Locke as part of his ongoing urban intervention project, the Department of Urban Betterment.

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Street Art of the Day: In his first non-Tom-Hanks-themed wall pieces, Hanksy pays tribute to Bill Cosby and Ted Danson.

[wooster.]

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Street Art of the Day: When the ad company behind Mad Men's latest marketing campaign put up their ultra-minimalist posters in New York City subway stations they surely must have known they were practically inviting mischief.

Perhaps this is some sort of Mad Men-esque experiment in brand engagement?

Either way, taggers have been having a field day with the ad's abund

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Street Art of the Day: Spokane busker Bryson Andres employs an electric violin and a loop pedal in his kickass cover of OneRepublic's "Secrets."

[thd.]

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Street Art of the Day: Clever urban interventions by Russian street artist Pavel Puhov. A few more at Street Art Utopia.

[colossal.]

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Street Art of the Day: Brand new Hanksy send-up of an iconic Banksy piece, spotted at Stanton and Orchard in NYC.

In related news, Hanksy will have his/their first (?) gallery show at Krause starting this Friday. Juxtapoz hears that Colin H

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Street Art of the Day: The Peanuts gang spoofs Abbey Road.

[wooster.]