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Bedazzled Bikes at the Phoenix Art Museum's Slow & Low Show

 - Aug 28, 2009   Updated: Aug 30 2011
References: sprayblog.net & cakeheadlovesevil
The Phoenix Art Museum recently held a show titled 'Slow and Low' to show off Spraygraphic's artwork on low rider bicycles and cars.

The low rider bicycles were bedazzled, colorful and tricked out--definitely meant to ensure that everyone on the road was looking their way. The spray can graphics were bold and full of metallic, shining colors.

Check out some of the low riders from the Slow and Low art show in the gallery above!

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