I miss living in or near New York City. The culture, the people, the cheap hot dogs, and the night life are unmatched almost anywhere in the world. And now there's this.
Looks like some clever street artists are at it in the City that Never Sleeps, using tile-mosaics to put tiny little Marios under street-level water hookups. Now that I'm living in Baltimore, the closest thing I get to this is finding dead rats in the street and pretending its RPG-dungeon street art. It's not.
Do you ever see any particularly cool videogame-inspired street art in your area? No? Go make some![Via Boing Boing]
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