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Street Art Anarchy Photo 2017-12-08 18:44

Collaborative mural by dozens of #APC artists (Animal Poder Crew) in #Bogota. APC is one of the biggest South American graffiti crews, also featuring many artists from all over the world. Can and you recognize any artist in here?

Photos from Street Art Anarchy's post - Street Art Anarchy 2017-11-22 18:57

Colombia has a long and ongoing history of corruption, media manipulation, censorship and human rights violations orchestrated by the country's political and religious authorities. #DJLU @juegasiempre is a leading Colombian artist that paints some of the most thought provoking street art i...

Street Art Anarchy Photo 2017-11-10 19:22

1 month ago: 360 degree photo of @bmike2c and @marthalicia in action on their #DizzyGillespie mural working till late at night for @educationisnotacrime in #Harlem
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