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Fri, Nov 16, 2007 at 8:44 AM

I'm digging these multi-layered pasted posters around Hollywood and Silver Lake of video cameras, radios, and other techno-objects. They tend to be placed really low on walls, just a few inches off the ground, as if they're... well... as if they're lurking.

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Also, seen for months up and down Santa Monica and Vermont are these detailed, tightly printed Spanish-language, Christian numerology sheets. They're taped up on streetlights and powerlines every few weeks.

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Finally, here's a cool paste-up from near Bicycle Kitchen. I"ll post more photos of art from that block in a couple of days.

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All photos by Mark Mauer

See something cool or have pictures? Email em to lurker @ laweekly.com

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