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Plushies Get Physical with Tribe Called Fresh

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We have a real soft spot for plushies with button eyes (and even on humans, remember the flick

Coraline

?). Combine that with our hard-on for graffiti and this mural on 21 Street and N. Miami Avenue made us stop and snap. How awesome would it be to see something by Primary Flight on one of those

artist-commissioned dumpsters

for Art Basel? Anyway, see the jump for more pics as the mural wraps down the block and around the corner to reveal, well, somebody peeing.

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