Brooklyn artists teach ABCs through murals

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Some Brooklyn artists are on a mission to help kids read one mural at a time.

Artist Damien Mitchell wants to teach kids their ABCs by drawing up a a scavenger hunt in his Prospect-Lefferts Gardens neighborhood.

Children can stumble upon the vibrant pieces and go to a website explaining the project.

The ABC Project is a collaboration with fellow artist Pierre Francillon.

The duo hopes to bring more artists on board and complete the alphabet by the end of the summer.

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