lot71.) calls his work “An Allegory of Soul". According to the blog Bowery Boogie the mural is "a take on the similarities between the Lower East Side and the Balvanera neighborhood in Buenos Aires. Both areas are known for immigrant settlements, rich culture, creativity, and soul. Brown elected to overlay a silhouetted couple dancing across an antique-looking map of Manhattan" (bowery).
I got the 2 pics above this paragraph on East Houston Street which seperates Lower East Side and East Village. There is a row of containers which are beautified by New York`s Centre-Fuge Public Art Project (centre-fuge). This is a collective of street artists who show their own works and murals by invited participants.
There were also some new stencils of course, as usual funny and sometimes provocative. Enjoy!
To be continued.