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Artist Kenny Scharf Paints One Lucky Fan's Prius for His "Karbombz" Series

In Culver City, California.

Kenny Scharf recently touched down in Culver City, California to spraypaint his iconic, expressive motifs on a building’s walls set against a shower of colorful drips. Additionally, the NYC street art legend painted one fortunate fan’s Toyota Prius as part of his ongoing “Karbombz” series. Watch the process above and then take a look at the artist’s most recent capsule with French brand LES (ART)ISTS.

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