Playing on the truth that there is always something hiding under the surface, London creatives Guus Ter Beek and Tayfun Sarier reversed the usual purpose of Photoshop by revealing reality, as they merged the digital and real worlds together. The duo has been plastering the abundance of street art—a project aptly named Street Eraserin East London with giant stickers that reference Photoshop's eraser tool which exposes the grey and white checkerboard patterned base for which the application is known. The erasing quickly escalated and they began erasing road signs, fast food joints, and other places, as the feeling grew that they were creating order in a visually chaotic world. 

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