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Artists 4 Israel
by Lindsay Dill, Chronicle photos
Sep 12, 2012 | 677 views | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
<i>Graffiti artist Jimmy "Gloss Black" Mac of Philadelphia </i>
Graffiti artist Jimmy "Gloss Black" Mac of Philadelphia
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<i>Graffiti artist "BROKER" of New York City </i>
Graffiti artist "BROKER" of New York City
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<i>Graffiti artist "COL" (left), of New York City and University of Pittsburgh student Julie Carmen of Pittsburgh</i>
Graffiti artist "COL" (left), of New York City and University of Pittsburgh student Julie Carmen of Pittsburgh
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Graffiti artists Jimmy “Gloss Black” (left), of Philadelphia; “BROKER” (middle), of New York; and COL (right), of New York, paint interpretations of Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s tomato soup can, Thursday, Sept. 6, at the University of Pittsburgh. The group painted as part of an event held in partnership with advocacy group Artists 4 Israel and University of Pittsburgh club “Panthers for Israel.” The goal of the day was to educate passersby on graffiti, art in Israel and involvement with pro-Israeli groups on the university’s campus.
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