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Sunday, March 31, 2013

Lister - Ad Takeover on Instagram

This sure as hell looks like a Lister bus shelter takeover posted two days ago. Haven't ever seen anything like this out of the adventure painter from Australia so ill be keeping my eye out for more.

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