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    graffiti tag or logo? gorgeous either way.

    minusbaby, litherland, Laura Serra, and 33 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. eric is so eric 63 months ago | reply

      delicious. its like a piped out pastry thingy, i could eat that.

    2. DJ Menges 63 months ago | reply



    3. Stewf 63 months ago | reply

      yes, as far as i could tell

    4. Sandy-S 63 months ago | reply


    5. dotsara 63 months ago | reply

      Oh, very nice.

    6. CowFace 63 months ago | reply

      i can't get enough of this! i keep cominmg back to stare

    7. Stewf 63 months ago | reply

      depth, flow, invention, intrigue, lickability. it's got it all.

    8. j l t 63 months ago | reply

      holy nice!

      find out who painted it, stat

    9. - M.A.S. 63 months ago | reply

      Looks like "fun" to me.

    10. Stewf 63 months ago | reply

      boo! that's no fun!

    11. CowFace 63 months ago | reply

      wooooow so it's really just paint? where was it?

    12. Stewf 63 months ago | reply

      On an office window in central London neighborhood. See map link on right.

    13. litherland 63 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous picture of a gorgeous mark. I want this on my wall.

    14. Jacob Morse 63 months ago | reply

      Wonderful, indeed. If that is graffiti, the bar has been raised.

    15. wonderlush 63 months ago | reply

      Super-kewl! Nice find.

    16. Stewf 20 months ago | reply

      43 months later, I still don't know what this says and I still love it.

    17. Alex Theberge 20 months ago | reply

      I really like this; what is this effect called? Is it acrylic? Are there any other examples?

    18. Stewf 20 months ago | reply

      I am sorry to spoil the intrigue but this is not a tag or random scribble, it's the logo of a design studio: Fin International. After posting this on my blog James Clarke of Type Worship heard from someone who once worked with them. Kind of a bummer, but you gotta hand it to them for a great mark and a minimal street presence.

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