This is Lepos. He may be street art, or he may be the world's slowest viral marketing campaign. You can find out more
about him at Where is Lepos?
Click on any thumb-nail photo
to see something interesting,
but not necessarily work-safe.
A. Fluffy Bunny has received the happy accolades of the New York Times and McSweeney's, but tonight he's ours — and perhaps a few other people's, we have no control over that. He has given us permission to post some of his photos of graffiti from the heart of Manhattan. His work has previously appeared in the Infinite Matrix, most recently illustrating Rudy Rucker's The Men in the Back Room at the Country Club, James Patrick Kelly's Why School Buses are Yellow, and Richard Kadrey's Blind Shrike. You'll find albums full of his photos at Mxzylplyx's Photos.
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