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Rambo Tribute in a Subway


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The genius of many street artists lies in seeing patterns in ordinary objects that other people don't. In a digital display in the Montréal Métro, Robert Hibourassa saw action hero John Rambo.

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Thank you, Schnoutts.
Robert Bourassa was a prime minister of Quebec,indeed.
Who can suspect a former drab prime minister to be a street artist.
I just play around with the name Bourassa and the word Hibou for my pseudo.Hibou, mean Owl.
I must say that I look like a boring guy, and nobody suspect that I do street art.
A little bit like Robert Bourassa(wich I'm not fond ), who looked like boring and undecided, but he was a badass, the civilians was under siege by the army twice when he was in charge (was he?). The october crisis 1970 and oka crisis 1990.
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Thank you, Schnoutts.
Robert Bourassa was a prime minister of Quebec,indeed.
Who can suspect a former drab prime minister to be a street artist.
I just play around with the name Bourassa and the word Hibou for my pseudo.Hibou, mean Owl.
I must say that I look like a boring guy, suspect that I do street art.
A little bit like Robert Bourassa(wich I'm not fond ), who looked like boring and undecided, but he was a badass, the civilians was under siege by the army twice when he was in charge (was he?). The october crisis 1970 and oka crisis 1990.
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