NEW YORK CITY STREET ART: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK Published on February 6, 2018February 6, 2018 by jacquelinemhadel An adapted image of the infamous ‘Kathy Griffin holding a Donald Trump head,’ now with Harvey Weinstein, an alleged rapist and serial abuser of power. Street art makes statements whether you like it or not. By NYC-based street artist: SACSIX Location: First Street Green Park in the East Village, NYC. A man chills with a coffee, a cigarette, and his phone on 1st Street in the East Village. A Christmas-themed City Kitty wheatpaste still going strong (Jan 29) in the East Village. A sticker-covered utility box in Freeman’s Alley on the Lower East Side, NYC. Belgian artist ROA’s classic bird piece still going strong in the East Village. Street artist Russell King with a wood piece on a street sign in the East Village. Street life around The Cube, a.k.a. “Alamo” at Astor Place. A graffiti-covered delivery truck making its way on St. Marks Place, heading towards a park with snow-covered trees. Birds by DALeast on St. Marks Place in the East Village. The Empire State Building jan/feb 2018 – New York City, NY Share this:TwitterRedditFacebookTumblrPinterestEmailMorePrintPocketLike this:Like Loading...
11 thoughts on “NEW YORK CITY STREET ART: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK”
This is super. I love it.
Aww, thank you!
Fabulous. Love it.
awesome art and nice to see the streets
In order to capture the art true identity, we must have the soul in the lenses and the desperate heart passion to delivery such fantasy work that lies in the debit of the streets