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On the north-facing wall of Kismet, a multimedia production studio in the Bates-Hendricks neighborhood, is a tribute to graffiti artist Cue. Known as the “Prince of 16th Street,” Cue’s influence on graffiti in Indianapolis can be seen throughout the city. After his death in 2016, local graffiti artists and fellow Cool Boys crew members Mitch, Rich, and Italy created this mural in honor of their friend.
Medium type: Paint
Date created: 2016
1039 S East St, Indianapolis, IN, 46225
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