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Found in LA: HOPE on Sunset Blvd.

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To see how this giant poster got here, check poil11's flickr.

Shepard Fairey's Obama print appeared on the side of this building in Elysian Park over the weekend. Perhaps the "hope" message will serve as much-needed inspiration for the Dodger Stadium tenants around the corner (except, of course, on the three June dates when Obama's beloved White Sox visit Chavez Ravine).

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