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After a stint as a "designated graffiti area," the Elizabeth Street wall belonging to Rag & Bone is back to its artist-commissioned ways. Bowery Boogie reports that the graffiti period lasted only a few days before the wall was whitewashed again. The latest incarnation comes by way of Los Angeles-based music and art project Young & Sick. Other places you've seen their work: Foster the People's debut album, Torches.
· Young & Sick Decorates Rag & Bone Wall [Bowery Boogie]
· Rag & Bone Welcomes Local Graffiti Artists With Open Arms [Racked NY]