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Play Tag With Graffiti Notebook
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If your tweens or teens aspire to be the next Keith Haring or a member of Tats Cru, this creative notebook will help satisfy their inner graffiti artist without the social deviance.
Aptly titled "Walls," this 160-page book is chock full of photos of blank walls and a few other taggable surfaces, such as subway cars and trucks, all begging to be "defaced."
It also comes with a pack of 10 dual-tip, thick-and-thin markers for instant gratification.
Available at Uncommon Goods for $25.
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