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Local Artists & Snapchat Partner To Bring The Artwork of Halo Wars 2 , To The Street

*Resting in the heart of Tribeca, local artists Nick Kontos and Michael Draghi, who are part of the Colossal paint crew, bring Grzegorz “Gabz” Domaradzki’s enemy faction portrayal of Shipmaster to life on the corner of Washington St. and Canal St. In New York City
Xbox and 343 Industries recently partnered with several artists to bring to life the artwork of Halo Wars 2. Due to the massive success of the project, local artists in cities across the U.S (Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Miami,Austin) have started to express their love of the project by painting murals of their favorite parts of the series. 
*Thanks to local artists BLVD and MOUF, Atriox has descended upon Downtown Austin at W 5th St. and Congress St.

You can check out Street Art from other U.S cities here

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