Artist Shepard Fairey appeared on local New York City news station NY1 for an in-studio live interview segment. Among several topics discussed were the iconic Obama “Hope” poster, graffiti, copyright and fair-use issues, and his new work, which will show at the Deitch Projects gallery, in New York, in May.
More street-art freshness in the form of large, colorful letters by A.S.V.P. on the “Jay Meisel” building at Spring and Bowery streets in the Nolita-Lower East Side border area., downtown New York City.
Wheat-paste street art of a classic Americana-style Coney Island picture postcard on the Jay Meisel building (on Spring street at Bowery) in Nolita, New York City.
Oh, so this is what a time machine looks like. Who knew it was parked on Broome Street in Chinatown, in downtown New York City. We wonder where they put the flux-capacitor.
This van parked on Wooster Street in SoHo has been given the graffiti treatment by Smort Crew.
An A.S.V.P. wheat-paste poster at the vacant lot at the corner of Prince and Mulberry streets, across the way from the McNally-Jackson Bookstore, in Nolita, New York City. Notice how the A.S.V.P. neatly covers a sneaker paste-up (see previous post).