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Street Art in The Observer newspaper

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‘Twenty-five years ago I was doing one-man shows and street art was outcast; people thought it was outrageous. It was pretty hairy in those days, when graffiti artists would go out and paint trains. Then, it was all about getting your train seen from one side of the city to the other’

– Goldie

Read more from Goldie and the rest of what The Observer had to say here.

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