Walls Wednesday: MAST’s Pesty Great Escape

By - Wednesday, October 21st, 2015

When you live near the biggest river in the country, it should come as no surprise that not only do you have walls in abundance, but you also share the landscape with mud pits, toxic plants, and pests.  Mast channeled some precise flow and really draws a lot of blood on this one featuring our vice state bird…the overwhelmingly annoying mosquito.  

When people come through the Twin Cities, the work left behind always brings a new exciting air to this area.  I always feel it’s because, the spots we do have, are unique and it’s clear that they are worthy of well executed graffiti.  This piece in particular, hits really close to the home-town flavor with it’s style, execution, and spot selection.  Things pivotal and revered in execution of graffiti in the Midwest. Hat’s off MAST.  

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