Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Street Art New York: June 2015 Edition

Drivebycuriosity) - New York City is a mecca for street art lovers. There is always something going on. Since my latest street art report from May 2015 (driveby) I spotted a lot new works @ Lower East Side, East Village, Soho and other neighborhoods.

As usual I noticed a huge variety of styles & sizes. I detected the large mural on top of this post @ New York´s Highline. This is an elevated section of a disused New York Central Railroad spur, which is now a public park with lots of green and some artworks.

The colorful door above this paragraph belongs to 214 Lafayette in in Manhattan`s buzzing Soho area. This place has a tradition of frequently changing art work (driveby).

Someone put some abstracts (watercolor on paper?) on a house wall at East Houston Street, close to Lafayette.

I think the murals above, generously sprayed by anonymous artists, can easily compete with the contemporary art you can find in a classy art gallery.

There were new shutter door murals which beautify the entries of shops, bars & restaurants

The spreaders of stencils & stickers continued their work.

To be continued.

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