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  • Sage Don

    Faith is Torment | Art and Design Blog #urban art

  • Melinda DiOrio

    STREET ART UTOPIA » We declare the world as our canvasSearch for "kenny random" » STREET ART UTOPIA

  • Tracy Wong

    #StreetArt by #KennyRandom

  • Rebecca Janssen

    i love this. soooo much. Snoopy Street Art by Kenny Random via streetartutopia #Snoopy #Stret_Art #Kenny_Random

  • Go Home Directory

    Snoopy Street Art by Kenny Random Sometimes something so simple with someone so familiar truly touches your heart. KK ~ www.GoHome.Directory

  • Marina Mare

    Snoopy wall art

  • Maverick .

    Kenny Random is a street artist hailing from Padova, Italy. Beyond that there is not much information on the artist aside from his fantastic artwork that can be seen on his personal website and Facebook. His older work primarily centers around a silhouetted man and his cat. They can be spotted roaming the city, injecting colour and traipsing over poorly scrawled graffiti.

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