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Can You Read What's Really Being Said In This Clever Street Art?

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Passing by British street artist Pref's work, you might just see a carefully rendered array of colors and shapes. Maybe you'll even be able to pick out the shapes of letters. But upon closer inspection, the genius of these pieces reveals itself when you realize that each painting contains an entire phrase all stacked up and layered into one clever composition.

http://www.viralnova.com/hidden-messages-of-pref/?ns=37679

 
 
 
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Passing by British street artist Pref's work, you might just see a carefully rendered array of colors and shapes. Maybe you'll even be able to pick out the shapes of letters. But upon closer inspection, the genius of these pieces reveals itself when you realize that each painting contains an entire phrase all stacked up and layered into one clever composition.

Take a look at Pref's art below and see if you can decipher the messages.

We'll start off simple. There are only two words (via Twisted Sifter)

If you want to see more of these cool public puzzles, you can follow Pref on Instagram and Twitter. You can also see more of his work on Flickr.

https://instagram.com/pref_id/

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That's pretty cool, and I was able to see most of it, but not all.

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