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Italian street artist covers up swastika graffiti with giant cupcakes

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Treats, fruits and vegetables that cover up far-right symbols. This is the speciality of Italian street artist Cibo, the alias of Pier Paolo Spinazze, a 36-year-old Italian from Verona.

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