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    From time to time, Ian would come across a piece of graffiti where one of the local artists had done him the honor of including his handle on their works. For him to be immortalized like this next to one of Ergot's pieces(an artist he absolutely loved), I don't think anything could make him happier.

    Spiraltwist, Mr Pauly D, Naismith53, and 3 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Spiraltwist 72 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this photo.

    2. dipstickhero [deleted] 72 months ago | reply

      just so you know theres no ergot, the roller went over it.

    3. pi8you 72 months ago | reply

      Really? I thought the skull was Ergot's? Still an absolute n00b at identifying graffiti artists, and sadly, Ian was the main source of knowledge for the ones I did know :(

    4. Narcissistic Tendencies 72 months ago | reply

      i am planning to do a memorial piece for him

    5. { tcb } 72 months ago | reply

      that is looking really good from this angle and light. ∆

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