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The graffiti writer known as Neck Face is a success in the art world - but he's still the bane of one Williamsburg superintendent's existence.


Last Tuesday marked the fourth time since January the high-profile tagger spray-painted his street name across the sixth-floor facade of 65 Hope St.


Scrawled three times in a row in big, black letters, "NECK FACE" was visible from the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway.


"I'm really p----- off - it's all the time," said building super Manny Suarez, who spent two hours dangerously perched off the roof to paint over the markings. "I really don't care who he is - he has no right to vandalize this building."


The Nasty Neck shows up to "defend" himself (?) in the comments...

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