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SoDo Free Graffiti Wall, Graffiti Stairway, Seattle, WA
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Concrete steps of a graffiti encrusted stairway jut out of a stark eastern wall of a warehouse in Seattle’s SoDo district. The SoDo free wall is a graffiti wall located in the south downtown section of Seattle behind the FC Bloxom wholesale produce warehouse on Occidental. The owner’s have welcomed graffiti artists and the back wall by the train tracks has become a draw for taggers and artists. It is over one hundred feet long and constantly evolving as new artwork is added.
Copyright: Bill edwards
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Resolution: 11860x5930
Uploaded: 13/08/2012
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: graffiti; seattle; washington; sodo
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