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Spray It Up: Deep Ellum Comes Alive with Graffiti Art

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We set out to find some of Dallas' most iconic street art, and we found it in the heart of Deep Ellum. This week's Subculture is all about showing off your inner artist. We met up with local street artist, Jerod "DTOX" Davies and a group of graffiti enthusiast to see what it's like when your art is on display to the entire world.

"The cool thing about this art form is that it crosses genres,that's the beauty of it. Where some art like contemperary art or like something that's mod only works in a certain setting, this kind of art is so colorful and expressive that it really crosses those boundries," said Davies.

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