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Incognito Briefcase Lets Graffiti Artists Work Without Getting Caught [Video]

Incognito Briefcase Lets Graffiti Artists Work Without Getting Caught [Video]
Design

Bob Partington uses a hidden compartment in his case to secretly tag the streets of NYC.

Serena Chu
  • 18 september 2013

Artist Bob Partington recently invented a new way of tagging without getting caught. Street artists can now express their artistic talents without looking over their shoulder every second. This mechanical tagging device was designed to allow a more “hands-free” approach.

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Partington’s briefcase has an internal compartment that holds a can of spray paint and a stencil. The briefcase also has an opening on the bottom for the paint to be sprayed onto desired surfaces. While the design is somewhat bulky, it doesn’t discredit the fact that the briefcase camouflages the user’s taboo intentions.

If you want to build one for your own personal enjoyment, or if you just want to see the peculiar briefcase here is the video:

Bob Partington

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