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Cache Caught Spraying New Chickens, Will Finish Mural Today

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Graffiti writer Cache, known for his illustrated chickens, was caught in the act of finishing up his latest work on Sunset Boulevard Sunday night, according to the Echo Park Patch.

Cache and two other painters worked away at ground level and on ladders as onlookers gathered to watch the chicken scene unfolded across a gray wall. There's also a fat cat in the artful mix...a nod to the cat tagger?

Cache and his crew paint throughout L.A. and he says he "doesn't discriminate when it comes to walls." As for his chicken-themed put ups? He says that his work reflects his mood. "Sometimes I'm very political and sometimes I just want to make you smile."

The chicken wall is not yet complete and rumor has it Cache plans to finish it up today. So get thee to Sunset Blvd on the border of Silver Lake and Echo Park and make your way to the multi-colored chicken wall.