Fresh wheat-paste street artwork by Brooklyn-based artist Bast at one of the usual spots on Crosby Street in SoHo.
High heels on the dance floor at the Tribeca Film Festival wrap party.
The Heineken honeycomb attracts all the curious bees. We found the most interesting Venezuelan photographer here. Life is synchronicity connecting like the links uniting each comb. Keep exploring. – Ryan
Originality on deck at west 21st in Chelsea. We are here for the finale of the TriBeCa Film Festival and the decks are spinning, emerald green emerging from the floor, pushing up though the bass in between the concrete. The crowd is subdued, wont for intensity, douche bag quotient peaking,
We’ve passed the blog-posting controls to Ryan, with whom we’ve been drinking at the massive open bar at the TriBeCa Film Festival wrap party in Chelsea. Ryan is going to guest-live-blog for a couple of posts. Take it away, Ryan.
We’re doing a little bit of live-blogging from the TriBeCa Film Festival Wrap party in New York City. The event winds down the festival and is a heavily branded example of aggressive corporate sponsorship. Heineken, the beer brand, has sponsored the party and its branding is everywhere in the party
The sticker-bombed bench in front of the McNally-Jackson bookstore and cafe in Nolita, in downtown New York City.
We had the privilege of talking with reporter Susan Campeau of Radio Canada for an upcoming show about street art stickers. Pic below of Van being interviewed by Susan in front of some street artwork by ASVP in Freeman’s Alley, in the Lower East Side of New York City.
Enjoying an Americano at Saturday’s Surf in SoHo, in downtown New York City.
“Love Me” sticker on Kenmare Street in Nolita, in downtown New York City.
Street art in the heart of old San Juan, Puerto Rico.