Todd James

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Mural painting by Todd James in Charleroi, 2014

Todd James (born 1969) is a contemporary artist from New York City, United States.[ citation needed ]


Todd James grew up in a family of artists. [1] [ unreliable source? ]

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  1. Rubio, Lorraine (2014-09-02). "artnet Asks: street artist/illustrator Todd James". Artnet News. Retrieved 2022-06-21.

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