Street art project wipes out London's ugly spots with Photoshop eraser graffiti

Move over Banksy, the Street Eraser Project cleverly uses cutouts of the Photoshop eraser tool to leave its mark on the streets of London.

Started by ad guys Guus Ter Beek and Tayfun Serier, this art project is a refreshing way of melding reality and the virtual worlds. It's so subtle that when looked at on a computer screen you might not realise what's going on at first glance. But in reality this would certainly turn our heads and get a laugh.

The project appears just to be for the sake of art at this stage, but that's no bad thing. Other similar street art from the likes of Space Invader also use tech smarts to get a message across. And it'll be interesting to see how augmented reality changes street art and graffiti to become even more synergised with the virtual world.

Some locations the stamp has been spotted include a red post box, graffiti covered wall and even a chicken shop sign. We're going to keep our eyes peeled for more about town but if you spot any first do let us know.

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