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20mg vs. Sony

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Following up on yesterday's post about Sony's wack graffiti blitz, local media assassin, 20mg, took the war directly to the faux art.

Our non-sequitor thought while admiring his work? Hey, isn't that the same ATHF ad running on laist right now?

We're not usually a fan of online petitions but there is currently one to stop Sony. 20mg has the true street art spirit, though. Why stop it when you can mock it?

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Update: More on the protest art, the media frenzy and the petition which was started by our blogpapa Jake, over at gothamist.

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