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3:53 PM PDT on April 2, 2015

L.A. TACO has featured graffiti artist HUFR One and his work in the streets of Los Angeles for close to four years now. This latest video showcases some works by HUFR in the back alleys on Fairfax and under the 6th Street bridge in downtown Los Angeles. Visual artist Matt Genesis pulls back the curtain and gives graffiti fans a glimpse at what drives HUFR's life and art. With a run of video collaborations with various visual creatives such as AC in CA (Midnight Oil) and Landon Taylor (Obsessed), HUFER's distinct style has been showcased in creative and interesting ways.

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