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Finely Detailed Stencil Street Art by Jana & JS

Currently based in Austria, the street art duo known as Jana & JS specialize in stencil work.  The pair create multi-colored stencil murals widely ranging in size.  Based primarily on their personal photographic work, the stencils seem to respond and interact with their surroundings.  Jana & JS paint finely detailed people through complex stencils, the act of photographing often featuring prominently.  While their newest series is found in a forest in Germany, their work is typically found in Europe's urban centers.  Their artwork can be a reflection of city life and, in a way, the city itself. See more of the art of Jana & JS after the jump.

Currently based in Austria, the street art duo known as Jana & JS specialize in stencil work.  The pair create multi-colored stencil murals widely ranging in size.  Based primarily on their personal photographic work, the stencils seem to respond and interact with their surroundings.  Jana & JS paint finely detailed people through complex stencils, the act of photographing often featuring prominently.  While their newest series is found in a forest in Germany, their work is typically found in Europe’s urban centers.  Their artwork can be a reflection of city life and, in a way, the city itself.

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