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Miami’s Douglas Hoekzema, also known as Hoxxoh, creates murals that do more than absorb the gaze of the viewer. Nearby objects appear as though they can be pulled into the artist’s latest, hyperdimensional works. Hoekzema has long been fascinated with the concept and rendering of time in his art. He was last featured on here (and check out his Instagram here).

On April 15, 2008, Paul 'Moose' Curtis, an English reverse graffiti artist entered San Francisco's Broadway tunnel to create an environmentally friendly work of art over the course of one very late night. This project was filmed by documentary filmmaker, Doug Pray (Surfwise, Big Rig, Infamy). Curtis' technique uses natural methods and natural cleaners (in this case Green Works plant-based, earth friendly cleaners) to create a large scale "clean" mural.

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