The west facing wall of the alleyway off 8th Avenue at Galapago Street in the Santa Fe Arts District got some fresh pieces earlier this month. The spot is the city's most frequented graffiti location for it's ever-changing murals that will often extend deep into the alleyway and around the buildings. The location is known by many as the "Revo Wall" for art collective known as Revoluciones that formerly occupied the building. The artist moved shop to the River North district about four years ago, but some of the best graffiti painting in the city persists.
More photos after the jump.
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