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Rag & Bone's Graffiti Wall Potentially Started Street Art Beef

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Apparently Rag & Bone's notorious graffiti wall has causes some beef within the street art community. Bowery Boogie reports that Young and Sick officially decorated it in February, but then Bast wrote over it. And then so did RAE. However, to either celebrate the arrival of spring or put an end to all the cover ups, the wall has now painted a solid shade of green. So there's that.

Update: And now there's a design, by artist Aakash Nihalani.
· Graffiti Drama at Rag & Bone Wall [Bowery Boogie]
· That Was Quick: Rag & Bone Wall Scraps Graffiti for Art [Racked NY]
· Rag & Bone Welcomes Local Graffiti Artists With Open Arms [Racked NY]

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