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Author: JON The genius of Russian street art, who has long been a unique creator. Starting with graffiti, he quickly burst into the galleries of the world! Have time to buy! He's the best. INSTA: @boris_in_law
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NFT Time: 02 Aug 2021 - TBA
Dates: Start: 02 Aug 2021
End actual: 27 Aug 2021
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Initial Price : 149.99 USD
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