In a recent interview with ANIMAL, street artist COST said that his old partner in art REVS was mostly laying low these days. According to Jaime Rojo and Steve Harrington of BrooklynStreetArt.com, that period of hibernation may be over. They posted photos of various metal sculptures of the artist's name and aliases that they found and photographed around New York recently, but that they acknowledge could very well be years old. They don't list the locations of the pieces because people often steal them, but they did write a little about why REVS is such an important artist and why finding these pieces are "the Holy Grail for graffiti and Street Art photographers." 

Head to BSA to read the blog post and to check out more photos of these cool pieces.

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[via HuffingtonPost]