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Artist HQ: Tour The Studio Of NYC's Hottest Graffiti Team

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    Prepare yourselves, New York, because you're about to get a major case of office envy. Not that there's anything wrong with your cubicles, per se, but one look at this artsy Brooklyn warehouse will have you cursing those cream-colored partitions. We're talking paint-spattered walls, shelves of high-tops and graphic tees, and the coolest desk art this side of, well, anywhere. Of course, it's only natural that this enviable loft plays HQ to none other than Krink, one of the Big Apple's most cutting-edge art companies.

    Helmed by much-hyped graffiti artist KR, Krink churns out everything from spray paint and markers to tagged-up surfboards and skateboards. To get in on this serious street cred, we hit up the artist and his color connoisseurs for a once-in-a-lifetime tour of his inspiring (and super-bright) home base. It's not illegal to look, just don't get carried away when it comes to trying your own hand at spray paint….

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