Rob Beschizza at 9:29 am Mon, Nov 7, 2011
"Free Ego," a chalk painting designed by Leon Keer, was inspired by Chinese Emperor Qin Shi Huang's Terracotta Army "in honor of the arrival of Ego Leonard and to support his release out of his custody." [Submitted by Planet Chalkpainting]
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a) its still a cynical marketing campaign
b) i really want to see a photo of it from the far side, i imigine it would be quite trippy with all its perspective up the hoosawassit.
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