Graffiti artist ATM honours extinct birds

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extinct-graffiti

credit: ATM

Bonnie Alter
Design / Urban Design
March 24, 2014

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The graffiti artist ATM is for the birds. Extinct ones at that. He commemorates birds that are vanishing from view due to loss of habitats and loss of wild areas.

These huge and colourful paintings are showing up across the grittier parts of London, often close to the location where the birds were originally found. For example, barn owls used to nest in old buildings or tree holes. This was his third work.

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