No doubt you're familiar with the work of Tony Bones (aka Soler aka Solyer aka Goya). Maybe you recall, if nothing else: My old pal Zac Crain had the graffiti artist provide the cover for his campaign comp waaaay back when. But here's the rare chance to see Tony at work -- in an intriguing, and apparently controversial, spray-paint promo done inside the local Oink Art LTD warehouse.
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