He is currently in talks to coordinate murals on various walls around the city, he says. Whenever the red tape clears, he'll be ready.

The Bin doubles as a spray-paint clearing house, with stacks of Montana Gold cans lining the room's back wall. If you're 18 or over, $7.55 will buy a can of Banana, Dolphins, Reef, Cappuccino, Iron Curtain, Powder Pink, Blue Velvet, Brain, Shock Yellow, or Mt. Fuji. Three cans buys you access to paint on one of the building's walls.

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