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Heroes & Villains: Los Angeles Painters and Street Artists 

June 28, 2011
The photos in Tatiana Wills and Roman Cho's new book, Heroes & Villains, offer a unique look into the usually clandestine world of our favorite painters, graphic novelists and street artists. For more, read Shelley Leopold's "Heroes & Villians, the New Book of Badass Photos of Street Artists, Graphic Novelists, and Everyone in Between."
Wills/Cho
Liz McGrath
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The photos in Tatiana Wills and Roman Cho's new book, Heroes & Villains, offer a unique look into the usually clandestine world of our favorite painters, graphic novelists and street artists. For more, read Shelley Leopold's "Heroes & Villians, the New Book of Badass Photos of Street Artists, Graphic Novelists, and Everyone in Between."
Published on June 28, 2011

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