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Graffiti in Sao Paulo

By Michael Kurtz | 2 Comments » February 14th, 2008

With Mike’s first full day in the city, we take a walking tour of the bustling city of São Paulo, and the urban art that saturate the city’s walls with local artist Flavio Samelo. Catch some of the vibrant graffiti art of São Paulo in today’s photo gallery.

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2 Responses to “Graffiti in Sao Paulo”

  1. Ari J. Says:

    You just can’t find good acai in the states…

  2. lora Says:

    Wow– my favorite set of pics so far!

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