The bust of Edward Snowden, by Anthony Tider and Jeff Greenspan, is displayed on August 7, 2015 in New York. AFP PHOTO/DON EMMERT
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A cement bust of America's most-wanted whistleblower Edward Snowden, once famously confiscated by police, returned to public display in New York on Friday to kick off a street art festival.The 100-pound (45-kilo) likeness stands proud on a plinth in Manhattan's tourist-clogged Little Italy neighborhood, to be guarded round the clock until the weekend Lo Man Art Festival closes.- Fist shaking -- Rada says he set up the festival to relive the glory days of street art, which in the 70s and 80s cemented New York's status as world capital of sub-culture and coolest place on the planet.Organizers hope that up to 60,000 people will visit the 21 odd pieces of art on display around the area, film events and children's activities.English painted his pink temper tot specially for the festival.
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