Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Street Art New York: A Documentary - March 2016 Edition

(Drivebycuriosity) - It`s spring in New York City.  Not only blossoms are spreading. Since my latest street art report (February 2016 driveby) I spotted more interesting new murals, stickers & graffiti @ Lower East Side, East Village, Soho and other Manhattan neighborhoods. As usual I document the newest street art in this area. Above you can see one of the ubiquitous fancy shutter door murals on the Lower East Side.

You can find this gorgeous ballerina at a construction place on 3rd Avenue near East Houston Street. How lng will she dance?

Above this paragraph the newest mural @ Rag & Bone, a fashion shop on East Houston Street. For years the Lower East Side shop has been showing ambitious art works on its Elizabeth Street wall.

Above the Koch Brothers @ the wall of the former Streit`s Mazo factory on Suffolk Street. The mural belong to the a series called "painted in prison about people who belong there". The mural is now behind a scaffolding because the baking factory has left and the building is under construction.

This surrealistic looking man is on the corner of Delancey and Orchard Street.

Here another shutter door mural.

I found this lady on corner of Suffolk and Rivington Street.

The spreaders of stickers & stencial use any place they find.

I spotted this futuristic work somewhere in Alphabet City.

This construction fence is also in Alphabet City.

More works by the Australian artist named Kai.

Here another sticker.

Even man hole covers get nicer with some street art on it.

I photographed this strange installation at the East River east of Alphabet City.

To be continued.

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