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Category Archives: New York
We are always excited to see new works by elusive artist Banksy. He’s back to the streets of New York with a new stencil, featuring a rat running in a clock turned wheel, reminiscent of the incessant rat race. It … Continue reading
Back in 2011, we were in Brooklyn as street artist Steve Powers ESPO was painting his monumental ‘LOVE LETTERS BROOKLYN’ (covered here) on the facade of the Macy’s parking garage. As an ode to the borough of Brooklyn and its … Continue reading
French artist JR will be presenting his latest movie “Les Bosquets“, on a music by Hans Zimmer, Pharrell Williams and Woodkid, as a world premiere at the NY Tribeca Film Festival in April. Inspired by Portraits of a Generation (2005), where he shot … Continue reading
Canal Plus Street TV is featuring a great interview with Mode 2, whom I had the opportunity to meet on several occasions in London, New York and Los Angeles.
Walking through the streets of New York, UK based artist Tek33 has been particularly prolific as his signature trident can be seen everywhere, on stickers, shutters and even rooftops.
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Buschwick (NY) residents woke up recently to a massive 100ft mural across four buildings stating “You’r in my hood now!” by Skewville. Now you know. And the work is uncomissioned.
Philadelphia artist Stephen Powers (ESPO) and his team have been putting the finishing touches on “Love Letter to Brooklyn” they painted on a Macy’s parking garage in downtown Brooklyn. The project was partially designed by Powers before it was painted … Continue reading
Vice Magazine threw a hell of a party at 1 Hanson place in Brooklyn to celebrate the launch of their web counterpart Vice.com. With flowing free drinks and live performance acts, in true VICE … Continue reading
As featured on Arrested Motion A star studded charity art show Made In Polaroid was held at Phillips de Pury. The benefit was a one night auction that featured 50 works created by the 50-50-50 project using Polaroid’s mobile printer. … Continue reading
After the London success of the explosive and creative Deluxx Fluxx video arcade installation (covered here ) Brooklyn-based duo Faile and collaborator Bast take over a disused storefront on the Lower East Side. Originally conceived as a one-off project in … Continue reading