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Rag & Bone Welcomes Local Graffiti Artists With Open Arms

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Over the past few years, Rag & Bone has commissioned street artist to cover its Elizabeth Street wall with everything from not cuddly lions to an astronaut sitting on a couch. Since most of those were later covered in other, unauthorized tags, the store has decided to do a little something different this time around.

Bowery Boogie snapped the above photo of the new mural, which reads: "This Is a Designated Graffiti Area" underneath the brand's logo. So far, all the guest tags are just a bunch of squiggles, but as always, it's only a matter of time before some adds a stray "r" to the end of the word "bone."
· Rag & Bone Designates "Graffiti Area" on Elizabeth Street [Bowery Boogie]
· The Lions on Rag & Bone's New Mural Are None Too Cuddly [Racked NY]
· Rag & Bone's Rocket Man Chases Graffiti Off Elizabeth Street [Racked NY]

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