Witty Street Art by Tom Bob

Tom Bob, a New York City-based street artist, has been causing havoc on the streets of New York and Massachusetts for quite some time, leaving a trail of brilliant and hilarious graffiti. He perfectly personalises his monotonous surroundings by producing street art on everyday objects in the urban scene.

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