Rad Time-Lapse Music Video Of Nintendo Graffiti Wall

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Kid NES and co-conspirator Eder gave Deep Ellum the gift of Nintendo last month when

they painted the promotional mural

for Vinyl Thoughts' newest

collectable toy show

, The Next Level. Disguised as 8-bit villains Wario and WaLuigi, the pair brushed and sprayed the wall of Quixotic World, where the event goes down next Thursday, March 15, and turned it into a warp zone, complete with human-sized versions of our favorite old school heroes.

In honor of next week's show, those dastardly plumbers-turned-painters have created a video commemorating the efforts. It's got everything you need for a quick work break: B-boy moves, time-lapse graffiti and Gumby commanding the needle on the turntables. Bust out the cardboard and snag a helmet, 'cause we're about to break it down.

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