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The artist 'Pixnit'
The graffiti artist who calls herself Pixnit with one of her works. Her uncomissioned stencils have garnered critics' praise and property owners' anger. (Evan Richman/Globe Staff) Evan Richman/Globe Staff

Pixnit was here

Her urban-art spores adorn public and private property. But some see her as a menace.

By Matthew Shaer
Globe Correspondent / January 3, 2007

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At 2 a.m. on a Monday in November, this stretch of Massachusetts Avenue, from Plympton Street to Harvard Square, is lit up like a vintage pinball machine. So it's testament to Pixnit's experience that even in the neon glow cast by nearby storefronts she can vanish, almost completely, into the smallest of shadows. (Full article: 1476 words)

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