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Pasadena Chalk Festival 

June 17, 2013
The 21st Annual Pasadena Chalk festival, named the world's largest street festival by Guinness, took over Paseo Colorado this Father's Day weekend. 200 murals created by 600 artists, with featured artist Tom Matousek, were created in just 48 hours on the sidewalks spanning from Macy's to the Convention center. All photos by Star Foreman.
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The 21st Annual Pasadena Chalk festival, named the world's largest street festival by Guinness, took over Paseo Colorado this Father's Day weekend. 200 murals created by 600 artists, with featured artist Tom Matousek, were created in just 48 hours on the sidewalks spanning from Macy's to the Convention center. All photos by Star Foreman.
Published on June 17, 2013
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