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“Hollywood is a town where they honor their heroes by writing their names on the pavement to be walked on by fat people and peed on by dogs. It seemed like a great place to come and be ambitious.”


Banksy quoted in the May 14, 2007 issue of "The New Yorker."

I wanted to return to the scene of the crime, or rather comment on the large and rather interesting feature on Banksy, but you should just read it yourself.

If you're fascinated, as I've been, go check out his contemporaries, available at www.picturesonwalls.com


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