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How Nosm (2011) - Albany, New York (USA)

How Nosm (2011) - Albany, New York (USA)

How Nosm (2011) - Albany, New York (USA)

How Nosm (2011) - Albany, New York (USA)

How Nosm (2011) - Albany, New York (USA)

How Nosm (2011) - Albany, New York (USA)

Steve Powers is a man with two distinct careers. One as subversive graffiti artist and the others as a celebrated studio artist and street muralist.

Vernacular Typography Steve Powers ESPO Love Letter to Brooklyn The piece, “Love Letter to Brooklyn” covers the garage with shadowed block lettering and illustrations inspired by Downtown Brooklyn.

That's Steven "ESPO" Powers up top. Below is the work of Herakut, Titi Freak, and two artists I can't identify. From Titi Freak's blog: http://titifreak.blogspot.com/

That's Steven "ESPO" Powers up top. Below is the work of Herakut, Titi Freak, and two artists I can't identify. From Titi Freak's blog: http://titifreak.blogspot.com/

Indian artists have been joined by counterparts from around the world, including countries like Japan, Netherlands and France. | Delhi's Been Taken Over By Incredibly Cool Street Art

Delhi's Been Taken Over By Incredibly Cool Street Art; Here Are The Folks Responsible

Some photos from St+art Delhi New Delhi's edition of India's Street Art Festival. Each mural slowly turning the Lodhi Colony area into the country's first public art district.

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