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Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

Graffiti And Stencil Art Will! Be! Ex! Terminated!

It's no wonder the Daleks rule the street art and graffiti world — they have sleek awesome lines, and one of the most famous street artists in the world is called Dalek (the creator of those awesome space monkeys.) Plus, the Daleks, from England's Doctor Who, are just so kick-ass. They look cool whether they're being a mom and a baby (from a prisoner's art show) or shouting misspelled defiance from a literary magazine cover (Speak Magazine, art by Austin Cowdall.) And of course, the Daleks totally rock the steampunk wave.