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The Kings get some street cred with Mister Cartoon

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Mister Cartoon is a legendary artist whose love for his hometown of Los Angeles is reflected in his work. Hugely influential in the graffiti and tattoo worlds, he's now turned his attention to hockey and his city's Kings. Mister Cartoon and the Kings have teamed up for a collaboration featuring exclusive T-shirt and hat designs and a special mask for starting goaltender Jonathan Quick. Part of the proceeds from the merchandise will go to Para Los Ninos, a non-profit focused on children's education. The kickoff event is tonight before L.A. takes on Phoenix. Mister Cartoon has done tattoos for musicians such as Snoop Dogg, Eminem and Justin Timberlake, as well athletes CC Sabathia and Amar'e Stoudamire. He considers himself a Kings fan going back to the days the team used to play in the city's Inglewood area. And as you can see below, he can make a mean goalie mask when called upon:

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