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Street art has become an iconic staple of the New York art scene. We've gathered a few of our favorite murals this week that are waiting to be seen. And by the scale of things, they're hard to miss.
Check out some NYC street art that caught our eye this week. We've scoured through Instagram to find our favorite picks. Ranging from psychedelic portraits to angry birds, check out this week's street art round up. More»
We've all seen the Bowery Wall - you know, the one that's always changing on the corner of Bowery and Houston. It has become an iconic New York destination, and even the guidebooks say it's a must-see. Though we've all seen it, few people are aware of the history and relevance of the giant mural, especially it's role in the fashion world. After all, we all know that fashion and art are inextricably linked. Click through to see what this exciting street art and haute fashion house Louis Vuitton have in common.
Here is a round up of the most recent Instagram photos of New York City street art. From How and Nosm's mural designed days after the hurricane at Houston & Bowery, to Nick Walker's new installation on Little West 12th street, we've found some of the best NYC street art captured on Instagram. We gave points for originality too.
Time to take a walk on the wild side. [Photo via @egravell]
Here at Guest of a Guest, we love all things quirky, creative, and fun, and what's a better representation of those things than the different kinds of street art in NYC? Here's an instagram round up of some of our favorite street art images, both old and new, which highlights the work of NYC street artists.
Let's not forget that the Big Apple did it first, but many other cities are being inspired by the High Line. All over the world, architects and artists are designing their own elevated parks and projects. From Germany to San Francisco, we've rounded up the top 5 High Line inspired projects! More»
The British have a knack for their tongue in cheek humor. Although the Olympics isn't really considered a business endeavor, there are licensing fees and contracts that must be signed to utilize anything pertaining to the games. Even though there are these stringent policies, clever Londoners and street artists have found loopholes in the system to utilize Olympic signage. More»
Love Me, or better known as Curtis Kulig, has taken over the streets as the cities biggest tag artist. New Yorkers have become familiar with the 'Love Me' stickers stuck to lamp posts and street signs all over Downtown Manhattan, but as some of Manhattanites tend to walk with tunnel vision, Kulig has taken over the Rivington Street rooftop view with a massive piece on the side of a building. So for the lonely city dwellers out there, you're not alone, because all of us want someone to love. [Photo via Matt Kruz]
From bodega walls to subway doors, New York City is one of the best places in the world to find street art. But with anonymous works, famous installations, and sky-high murals scattered across five boroughs, there’s too much to see in one trip. So, lace up your sneakers and watch out for the cops, because we’ve pulled together some of the must-see pieces out on the streets right now. More»
American artist Mark Jenkins is at it again, giving free shows of his street art installations. His art is all over the world, on top of buildings and billboards as well as in the middle of street signs. Jenkins has been known for using box sealing tape in his past work but showcases a variety of materials in this show. More»
Saturday, May 18
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.