Monthly Archives: February 2009

Stickie Tag

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New York Street Art: Another shot of the stickie graff tag we recently found at the 42nd Street Station on the F/V train, in Midtown, Manhattan.

© Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

Stickie Tag

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New York Street Art: Close-up shot of the stickie graff tag we recently found at the 42nd Street Station on the F/V train, in Midtown, Manhattan.

© Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

Stickie Tag

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New York Street Art: Stickie graff tag at 42nd Street Station on the F/V train, Midtown, Manhattan.

© Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

Sexy Gazebo Opening

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New York Street Art: Fourth in a series of four pictures we took at the recent opening of former Barnstormers artist Maya Hayuk’s “Sexy Gazebo” show at the Cinders Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

© Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

Sexy Gazebo Opening

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New York Street Art: Third in a series of four shots we took at the recent opening of artist Maya Hayuk’s “Sexy Gazebo” show at the Cinders Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

© Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

Sexy Gazebo Opening

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New York Street Art: Second in a series of four snaps we took at the recent opening of artist Maya Hayuk’s “Sexy Gazebo” show at the Cinders Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

© Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

Sexy Gazebo Opening

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New York Street Art: One in a series of four snaps we took at the recent opening of artist Maya Hayuk’s “Sexy Gazebo” show at the Cinders Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

© Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

330 Broome Street

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New York Street Art: And one more shot of fresh music-sheet street art wheat-pasted on the door at 330 Broome Street, in the Lower East Side-Chinatown, New York City.

© Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

330 Broome Street

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New York Street Art:Another one of those stickman things, this one on a piece of sheet music wheat-pasted to a door at 330 Broome Street.

© Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

330 Broome Street

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New York Street Art: Another shot of some fresh street art on the door at 330 Broome Street, in the Lower East Side-Chinatown.

© Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

Trice

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We found this daring and striking bit of graff in the men’s restroom at Fort Lauderdale Airport, near Miami, Florida recently. Note, this was in a men’s room on the JetBlue gates concourse, so whoever did this had already cleared security. Cheeky. Wonder if the “Trice” might be Obie Trice, the Detroit rapper.

LA Confidential

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New York Street Art:Another shot of the wheat-paste of the mysterious dude wearing an L.A. Dodgers baseball cap on a condo building-construction hoarding at Delancey Street and Forsyth Street in the Lower East Side, NYC

© Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

LA Confidential

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New York Street Art: Closer look at the wheat-paste of the mysterious dude wearing an L.A. Dodgers baseball cap. We’ve been seeing color variations of this image all over downtown Manhattan since last spring or summer. This blue-white series was spotted on a building-construction hoarding at Delancey and Forsyth streets in the Lower East Side.

© Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

LA Confidential

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New York Street Art: Love these wheat-pastes. We’ve been seeing color variations of this image all over downtown Manhattan since last spring or summer. This blue-white series was spotted on a building-construction hoarding at Delancey and Forsyth streets in the Lower East Side.

© Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

Native American Tear – No. 2

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New York Street Art: Another shot of the stylized stencil street art we found in Gramercy Park The stencil is of a crying Native-American on the side of a public phone.

© Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images