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Photos: More of Denver's best street art as chosen by a graffiti-scene veteran

Earlier this month, we featured twenty images from a video entitled "Denver's Best Street Art" and asked if they deserved the title. A twenty-year veteran of the local street-art scene answered no and provided images that he feels better represent the area's best writers -- so many, in fact, that we broke the collection into two sections.

Today, we present the sequel -- and the art is just as astonishing as in part one.

As before, the photos are by Gary Glasser, also known as "The Anarchivist," who's kindly allowing us to share these photos with you. And as you'll see, we're publishing the most horizontal of the images in two ways -- a highlighted close-up, followed by the piece as a whole.

Now, without further ado, it's time to hit the streets.

Continue to see more of Denver's best street art as chosen by a graffiti-scene veteran, part two. Continue to see more of Denver's best street art as chosen by a graffiti-scene veteran, part two. Continue to see more of Denver's best street art as chosen by a graffiti-scene veteran, part two. Continue to see more of Denver's best street art as chosen by a graffiti-scene veteran, part two. To see more of Glasser's beautiful photography, visit his Photo by Flickr page.

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