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  • Noni Ngadul

    My Dog Sighs is a streetartist and protectionist of the basic idea of streetart: noncommercial, available for everyone and inspiring. That’s why he is placing small art pieces in the streets so people can pick them up, take them home and spread the idea. For his series ‘Can Man’ he used old cans, covered them with spray paint and drew funny faces on them. Afterwards he abandons them in the streets so attentive passersby will notice and adopt the Can Mans.

  • Inhabitat

    UK-based street artist 'My Dog Sighs' transforms used tin cans into small sculptures for people to take home.

  • Giuseppe Galetta

    Urban Art by The Can Man

  • He Who Says Hmm .Com

    Street artist, My Dog Sighs, creates flippen amazing painted faces on found crushed cans, which he then leaves on the streets in random places for passers-by to take home.

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