Street Eraser, a project by London-based creatives Guus Ter Beek and Tayfun Sarier, superimposes digital symbols onto graffiti, signs, posters, and nearly any other ubiquitous surface in the city. The street art mimics the Photoshop erase function and cursor with a gray and white checker pattern in round and squiggly shapes and a circle pixelated in black. Kinda meta and rather fun to look at, the project blurs the line between computer art and tangible forms.