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Tagging gets real: An artist's new medium

By Matthew M. Burke
Globe Correspondent / September 10, 2006

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Ryan Lombardi, 26, of Brighton, is not your typical graffiti artist. In a medium where the canvas often consists of a rail car, and where the paintbrush is replaced by an aerosol can, Lombardi is making a name for himself painting enamel elephants, giraffes, rhinos, monkeys, lizards and walruses on ``Stop," ``Yield," and ``No Parking" signs. (Full article: 667 words)

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