NEW YORK CITY STREET ART: DON’T CALL IT A COMEBACK

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Thailand artist Muebon for East Village Walls
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Cowboy Kid by Irish artist Solus. Avenue A.
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Wonderment through the eyes of a child
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Sitting next to the CUBE with my Leuchturm 1917 Bullet Journal at Astor Place

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You are loved. By Samo Arts. East Village.
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Philadelphia-based Angry Elephant and Harriet Tubman by Captain Eyeliner.
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My collaboration with NYC artist City Kitty is still going strong on St. Mark’s Place in the East Village. 

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Endless by BMoney138 and Lena McCarthy in First Street Green, East Village. 
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Nite Owl, Naito Oru.
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HEKTAD
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“People should fall in love with their eyes closed.” ~ Andy Warhol by The Postman Art. The cat is by Captain Eyeliner.
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King Kong by Zito One

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Boxer Ballerina by Solus. Location: Houston Street.
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Don’t call it a comeback. Renée Zellweger.

3/4sep2019. New York City.

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NEW YORK CITY STREET ART: ANDY WARHOL by SPACE INVADER

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20feb16. New York City.

MIAMI STREET ART: PART 4 ANDY WARHOL by TEAM (EDUARDO) KOBRA

“If you want to know all about Andy Warhol, just look at the surface of my paintings and films and me and there I am. There’s nothing behind it.” – Andy Warhol

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23NOV13. Miami Beach, FL.

MIAMI STREET ART: EDUARDO KOBRA (THE BIG 4) in progress…

This is the BEST time to be in Miami right now. Two weeks before Art Basel officially begins, amazing international street artists are outside on the walls putting amazing pieces together! I watched Eduardo Kobra all afternoon. I love his work, I first saw his “Kiss” piece in New York City. I watched him, but I was too scared to go and talk to him. All day, though, I saw so many people go up to him, interrupt him while he was working, and he’d graciously stop and talk to every one of them. Finally, towards the end of the day, I saw him across the street leaning against a wall, alone, looking at his work in all its large scope, and I decided, what the hell, I’m going to go and say ‘hi.’ I went up to him and said “I’m sorry, I wanted to say hello earlier, but I was too nervous to talk to you.” He smiled, shook my hand and said “Sorry, my English is no good. Nice to meet you.” Haha! His English is actually quite good. I was able to ask him about the piece he and his team are working on: it’s a mural of Salvador Dali, which Kobra himself is doing, then another team member is doing the Basquiat part, another is on the Frida Kahlo part, and finally, another team member is doing the Warhol part. It looks great! And he says they’ve still got a lot of detail to add. I showed him the Instagram videos I had made of him that afternoon. He loved them. The sun was going down, I knew he had to get back to his work, but still, he waited for me to say goodbye. He wasn’t rushing me away. Such a kind artist. I hope to see him again tomorrow and maybe get a picture with him, if he’s not too busy. Here is a pictorial via Instagram and Hipstamatic:

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23NOV13. 2nd Ave. Miami Beach, FL.

NYC GRAFFITI: MICHAEL & ANDY (McDonald Series) by IVAN ORAMA

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A self-described “Simple dude doing Art & Design” – artist Ivan Orama

I love this concept and hope he keeps putting it on the streets.

Check out his blog to see some of the creative designing he’s done in his apartment, as well as the awesome table he made…http://ivanorama.blogspot.com/

OCT13. Lower East Side, NYC.

N.Y.C. GRAFFITI: LOST THEN FOUND – WARHOL

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“Sometimes people let the same problem make them miserable for years when they could just say, So what. That’s one of my favorite things to say. So what.
Andy Warhol, The Philosophy of Andy Warhol

8JUL13. Lower East Side, NYC