Here’s another awesome — and new — piece of wheat-paste artwork by New York City artist WK Interact. This work depicts a black-and-white life-sized dude with a classic old-school boombox (a.k.a., ghettoblaster). This artwork is next to the 2nd Avenue Subway entrance at Allen and Houston streets in the Lower East Side. WK Interact’s studio and shop is on nearby Stanton Street in a diverse and creative neighborhood that is rapidly giving way to the development of luxury condos and apartments, as well as expensive restaurants and hotels.
Ivan Corsa Photo