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Genius street vandalism that actually makes things look better

(Photos via Bored Panda)

A perfect cup of coffee on a Monday morning, public transport that arrives just on time when you’re in a hurry and being able to sleep in on a Sunday morning. Life is filled with small random surprises. One thing we cross almost every day are the streets so why not turn a ‘boring act’ into a surprising one. Even though the artists behind these works of street art aren’t officially doing legal work, since vandalism is officially a criminal activity, they probably put a smile on people’s faces and that’s what counts right?



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