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Galore Urban Art Festival Recap

Mister Thoms August 15 through 17, Galore Urban Art Festival brought an international group of street artists to Copenhagen and offered them wall space for three days of mural-making. We recently showed you photos of the murals by Nychos, DXTR and Zed-1 (read about it here) and today we take a look at other works left behind in Copenhagen by Mister Thoms, Dulk, Wubi, Malakkai and Ghetto Farceur. Take a look at some photos from the festival courtesy of Henrik Haven after the jump.

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August 15 through 17, Galore Urban Art Festival brought an international group of street artists to Copenhagen and offered them wall space for three days of mural-making. We recently showed you photos of the murals by Nychos, DXTR and Zed-1 (read about it here) and today we take a look at other works left behind in Copenhagen by Mister Thoms, Dulk, Wubi, Malakkai and Ghetto Farceur. Take a look at some photos from the festival courtesy of Henrik Haven.

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