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13 Linux Graffiti Art From Around The World

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Us Linux users are very passionate about our operating system. We get into flame wars with others, push it down other’s throats (which we don’t condone,) blog about, work feverishly in converting, and finally “vandalize” our cities.

Here are 13 Linux and Open Source graffiti art I found on the Interwebs. I tried to figure out where each was, but for some I just couldn’t find any info. So if you happen to know where one is located or know of any other cool graffiti, please leave a comment.

2-Born To Be Root

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