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Arts and Entertainment

Photos: L.A. Street Art, June 2010

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Vibrant blue and turquoise hues, Anne Frank with a modern message, clowns, cartoon heroes re-envisioned, scantily clad women, a caution for hipsters, and much more. This was your month of June in street art, Los Angeles, as captured by the camera of LAist Featured Photos pool contributor Lord Jim.