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The New Jersey city gained two towering additions to its colorful street art scene this summer.
No one knows exactly why (or how) Banksy pulled of his latest stunt: shredding a painting just after it was auctioned off for $1.4 million.
"What’s the opposite of LOL?” the British street artist posted to Instagram.
Donald Trump’s star on the Walk of Fame has been hit with yet another round of destruction.
Charles Dwight Stout III admitted to vandalizing the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro with graffiti and strips of bacon.
The company soon said it would withdraw a lawsuit claiming Jason “Revok” Williams couldn’t assert a copyright on his mural.
Students weren't here for their president's visit to the White House.
Krishna, 22, who came from Mathura, said, "The reason many people write graffiti is because of lack of education. If they
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