MyEDOL


My Eclectic Depiction Of Life

by Jimmy P. Hopton

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This blog is run by Jimmy, a 24 year old Interactive Design graduate who's currently searching for a purpose in life.

Occasionally you may see some of my own work, but the majority of the time I use this blog to share work created by other people who inspire me.


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The Story by Mobstr
This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]
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The Story by Mobstr
This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]
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The Story by Mobstr
This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]
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The Story by Mobstr
This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]
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The Story by Mobstr
This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]
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The Story by Mobstr
This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]
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The Story by Mobstr
This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]
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The Story by Mobstr

This put a smile on my face. Continuing on from Mobstr’s "Playing With The Buff Man" series, The Story tells the tale of the on going dance between the artist and the so called “Buff Man” as they both fight for control over the wall.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]

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Reverse Graffiti by Alexandre Orion
Way back in 2007 Alexandre Orion took a cloth to a São Paulo underpass and proceeded to clean. By carefully removing the grime and dust from the wall he was able to create a magnificent mural that spanned the length of the tunnel. In the video embedded below you’ll see that during the process the police were called to the scene. However they were unable to charge him with any crime because he was merely creatively cleaning. In order to remove his work the city were forced to wash the entire tunnel, which was clearly in need of being done anyway.








Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]








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Reverse Graffiti by Alexandre Orion
Way back in 2007 Alexandre Orion took a cloth to a São Paulo underpass and proceeded to clean. By carefully removing the grime and dust from the wall he was able to create a magnificent mural that spanned the length of the tunnel. In the video embedded below you’ll see that during the process the police were called to the scene. However they were unable to charge him with any crime because he was merely creatively cleaning. In order to remove his work the city were forced to wash the entire tunnel, which was clearly in need of being done anyway.








Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]








Must Watch:
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Reverse Graffiti by Alexandre Orion
Way back in 2007 Alexandre Orion took a cloth to a São Paulo underpass and proceeded to clean. By carefully removing the grime and dust from the wall he was able to create a magnificent mural that spanned the length of the tunnel. In the video embedded below you’ll see that during the process the police were called to the scene. However they were unable to charge him with any crime because he was merely creatively cleaning. In order to remove his work the city were forced to wash the entire tunnel, which was clearly in need of being done anyway.








Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]








Must Watch:
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Reverse Graffiti by Alexandre Orion
Way back in 2007 Alexandre Orion took a cloth to a São Paulo underpass and proceeded to clean. By carefully removing the grime and dust from the wall he was able to create a magnificent mural that spanned the length of the tunnel. In the video embedded below you’ll see that during the process the police were called to the scene. However they were unable to charge him with any crime because he was merely creatively cleaning. In order to remove his work the city were forced to wash the entire tunnel, which was clearly in need of being done anyway.








Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]








Must Watch:
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Reverse Graffiti by Alexandre Orion

Way back in 2007 Alexandre Orion took a cloth to a São Paulo underpass and proceeded to clean. By carefully removing the grime and dust from the wall he was able to create a magnificent mural that spanned the length of the tunnel. In the video embedded below you’ll see that during the process the police were called to the scene. However they were unable to charge him with any crime because he was merely creatively cleaning. In order to remove his work the city were forced to wash the entire tunnel, which was clearly in need of being done anyway.

Artists: | Website | [via: Vandalog]

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Self Portrait by John Fekner
"Most every artist will do a self-portrait at some point in his or her career. Mine is not a traditional portrait; it is a self-portrait with words. The project is also a tribute to every unknown individual whoever grafftied, scrawled, scratched, wheat-pasted, stenciled or spray painted without the public ever knowing the name of the anonymous person."
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Self Portrait by John Fekner

"Most every artist will do a self-portrait at some point in his or her career. Mine is not a traditional portrait; it is a self-portrait with words. The project is also a tribute to every unknown individual whoever grafftied, scrawled, scratched, wheat-pasted, stenciled or spray painted without the public ever knowing the name of the anonymous person."

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