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Street Artist: Lonac

Lonac is a Croatian artist who is best known for his photo-realistic murals painted with spray cans combined with brushes and influenced by skateboard culture, comics, graffiti, movies, music… Lonac was born in Zagreb, Croatia in the mid 80′ and earned his degree at The Academy of Fine Arts, University of Zagreb. He started doing graffiti back in elementary school but never took it too seriously. 

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