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Awesome MCA and Beastie Boys Graffiti Tribute Goes Up Along Venice Beach Boardwalk

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Graffiti artists Pike 169 and Serf One of TCF created an awesome tribute to MCA and the Beastie Boys along the Venice Beach Boardwalk.

We've embedded a time-lapse video of the project (with some jerky camera work that has that vintage MTV feel). Here's a clear shot of the project from Twitter:

Their project isn't the only tribute to MCA we've seen around town. This was sent in by a reader from the streets of Atwater Village:

The Wiltern also paid tribute with its marquee:

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Brooklyn has its own street art tribute but our favorite tribute comes courtesy of a creative airline employee.

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