Sprite is launching two limited edition ‘graffiti-style’ cans, designed by street artist Temper. The designs are inspired by Sprite’s Urban Games graffiti competition, won last year by Temper. A Sprite spokeswoman says the cans ‘reflect the nation’s love affair with all things urban’. The cans will be available from May to August. Temper says, ‘Work such as the Sprite cans gives people the opportunity to see graffiti as more than just an act of vandalism.’
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