The so-called “Black Carrot Duo,” a.k.a.,  Carrot Black, strike a spot in SoHo at the corner of Jersey Lane and Lafayette Street. The patten is the same: Large format, rectangular wheat-paste street art piece, the left half  of which is devoted to a photograph, illustration, painting or other contemporary and traditional “fine art” styles, and the right half is a comic-book-like graphical silhouette of a carrot. This paste-up is the first instance we’ve seen with the words “Carrot Black.” There’s an interesting branding exercise going on here, and refreshing juxtaposition of imagery.

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