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Arts and Entertainment

Photos: L.A. Street Art, Fall 2010

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One of the best parts about living in Los Angeles is the street art. This fall, surfaces all over the city have been covered with buddha, upside down rats, anime cyclists, happy bears and scary bears, guerilla clown children, cities within cities, war advice from Yoda and a little Space Invader for good measure, all seen through the lenses of LAist Featured Photos pool contributors Lord Jim, i_hate_my_screen_name and Mark Luethi.