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The Norwegian street art scene is a vibrant, vibrant and vibrant place.

It’s home to an entire generation of street artists.

They’re all doing what they love to do, creating art, and doing it well.

But as the year of Norway’s first ever street art event comes to a close, it seems it’s time to revisit some of the most iconic street art of the last few years.

The first street art competition in Norway took place in February, when artists from across the country participated in the Art of Tomorrow event.

The event is a unique opportunity to see and showcase your work, with the help of professional judges.

It also serves as a showcase of the many talented artists who have contributed to this year’s show, such as Jeroen de Jong, Mikkel Holm, Lars Van der Heyden, and others.

The show itself was a success, with over 100 submissions submitted by participants from all over the country.

But what was so special about the show?

As with most exhibitions, the best submissions were chosen for their uniqueness and the quality of their work.

The winning submission, by Norwegian street artist Jeroens De Jong, was a huge hit with the judges.

The artist took the time to explain the importance of street art, from his perspective, as well as his love for it.

Here’s a look at the artwork submitted for the Art Of Tomorrow event:Norwegian street artist Lars Van de Jong (L) and Norwegian street painter Jeroene Holm (R)At the end of the day, the judges are still deciding what to show off next, so hopefully they’ll take a look back at some of your most popular street art works from the last couple of years.

If you’re not sure what to expect, you can head to the Art In The Sky Facebook page, where you’ll be able to see all of the work you’ve submitted so far.

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