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by Sonya Rosendorff in New Art on Thursday 23 April 2009
Bortusk Leer sprays cheeky fluro madness on newspapers, which in turn appear on public display around London. In this way, his carefree world of naivety becomes a form of removable graffiti art.
Birute Monday 27 April 2009
I would not call it ‘art’ as you encourage bullying. Think harder to impress
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