Parts of the graffiti was reportedly anti-semitic and littered with phrases used by Holocaust-deniers.
Street artist Elle painted a three-story-tall mural of the late Supreme Court associate justice in New York City.
The man learned a valuable lesson about removing street art from its original location.
The report was filmed ahead of the elusive graffiti artist’s Turf War exhibition in 2003.
The driver said his shift was “uneventful” and did not realise there had been an impact.
The company soon said it would withdraw a lawsuit claiming Jason “Revok” Williams couldn’t assert a copyright on his mural.
A new mural is just one of many appearing around the world, but the meaning is much deeper than just pictures.
A local artist is being given free reign in the Middle East to paint her elaborate creations.
Street art, and those who create it - those who dare, dream, fight, question and challenge, whether it be for rebellion or for necessity, for the past and for the future, for no reason and for vital ones, for themselves and for a greater good... in my mind encapsulates all that is historically significant about this medium.