A family friend (cousin-in-law) of mine, Larry Jones, has spent years behind the camera capturing street artist such as Banksy, Jesse Hazelip, Feral Child, Ras Terms, CAB, and many others. The thing about street art is that the work has short life expectancy. Walls get painted over and the art isn’t up long. Unlike museums, the work is a living, breathing, evolution, and documenting the work is critical to capturing its history before it’s removed. Larry was gracious enough to send us these two fresh from San Francisco Banksy stencils he recently photographed. Enjoy!