Overunder (Erik Burke) and Seattle based street artist 'No Touching Ground'  have just finished an inspiring mural collaboration in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The work includes a plea to donate to help the victims of Japan's earthquake and tsunami.

The "helping hand" image is a blown-up shot of Burke's arm, which features a tattoo of a notepad, but as the wheat paste is such a temporary medium when left on the street the collaborative have painted beneath the wheatpaste. "That way, over time the piece would of course disintegrate, but also introduce a new mural," he writes.

The piece is dedicated to the tsunami victims of Japan and asks for donations to the Red Cross to aid the recovery effort. The below photos are from Overunder’s blog.









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