By Alexis Tarrazi / Senior Reporter
(Jan. 6, 2010, 4:40 p.m.) — On a recent late afternoon, as the sun set on the underbelly of the dingy and dimly lit Route 3 overpass in East Rutherford, vibrant markings from a graffiti artist caught their final rays of illumination.
The illegal murals are permanently displayed on pylons that hold up the bridge over the Thomas E. Dunn Memorial Highway and NJ Transit train tracks. Some consider the work to be art, some a way to gain notoriety through tagging and others see it as vandalism.
Others believe it’s all of the above.
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This amazing group of artists has successfully completed their 2008 tour through 5 cities on the East Coast. Their stops included painting large scale murals:
Pearl and Water St in Brooklyn
Mr. Maxx Moses, Chor Boogie and Crol on a wall in Greenpoint, Brooklyn
2nd Street in Old City, Philadelphia
The whole side of Benning Park Community Center in South East DC was painted.
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