26.10.15 by Staff

Hilarious Street Art by Michael Pederson

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Clever interventions by Sydney-based street artist Michael Pederson add a sense of humour and playfulness to the kinds of things we walk by everyday and never give a second thought. More images below!

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Michael Pederson’s Website

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