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A Blank Wall Is Turned Into a Scary Anglerfish That Lights Up at Night to Consume Stair Goers

The talented Norse street artist Skurk incorporated his own spin onto a blank school wall with a simple outdoor stairway and curved lamps by painting a giant angler fish leaping out of the water, ready to chomp down on the next brave person to come down. According the the artist, the lamps were just asking […]
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