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Interesting graffitti in an older style alley way.
Australia
Here is an interesting alley way I found exploring the city with some friends. Apparently the street hides a very interesting night club at night.
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Uploaded: 14/07/2011
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Tags: graffitti; perth; australia; cbd; helvetica; lane; street; backstreet; art; design
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