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Toronto Graffiti: Spur x Globe x Eyes [Video]

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Toronto, ON – Don’t think for a second that graffiti culture isn’t alive and well in Toronto. Here’s three of the city’s faceless street artists making their mark in a time-capsule type video. Shouts to Spur, Globe & Eyes. Dope work. (Found on FeelReelGood).

P.S. You may recognize Globe’s style from some of the work he did for King Of The Dot.

http://youtu.be/i5RW6KUcSlc

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  1. Loots

    What does buzz brown have to do with graffiti or any of these three artists? #cheappromo

  2. Loots

    #mybad. It’s who posted the page. Lol. Ouch

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