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My freshman year, there was a kid we used to call “Subway” because he was always the first to pass out at a party, and then everyone would start drawing on him with Sharpies. Despite his hard partying he was a good student, and one thing I know he learned for sure is how to read curse words reflected by a mirror.

“Subway” probably would have been happier if he’d had the good fortune to pass out next to Chris Dunlop, a/k/a Pinstripe Chris. The Maryland-based artist does beautiful work with a Sharpie as his tool of choice—and cars, not freshmen who smell like Goldschlager, as the canvas.

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It’s safe to say Dunlop, who was reportedly inspired by Brett David’s “Sharpie Lamborghini,”, is Sharpie-drawing-obsessed: Besides tons of cars he’s done laptops, skateboard decks, and even tagged up a Valentine’s Day date night.

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