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Marley Stickerbomb 2012


Found at Clark and Belmont, where the freaks go.  It feels like home.  My beloved multicultural  melange of  counterculture, having chronologically gone through phases with junkies, punk, metal, new wave, goth, emo, skaters, stoners, graffiti and mainstream artists and LBGTQ culture all having held varying levels of dominance and visibility with complex overlaps in the area and none of these ever having completely faded out.  It’s one big patchwork quilt of “if you don’t like it, move to the suburbs.”  I think this looks more like Ziggy but will accept arguments for a young Bob.

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