Art: Dan Witz Kilroy Variations

If you you live in Brooklyn, N.Y. you might have seen some of Dan Witz’s street art around your home.

Have a look at Dan’s “Do Not Enter” series at Flickr.com and his web site


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link to Dan Witz web site
































…During World War II, the saying “Kilroy Was Here!” began to appear as graffiti at home and wherever the American military traveled abroad. Eventually the saying, and the cartoon character that often accompanied it, came to represent America’s worldwide presence…

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