Wheat-paste street-art on Wooster St. in SoHo. The black-and-white profile image is of a woman sporting a 1960’s-style hairdo. We have to wonder if the lady in this picture is actually a man in drag. Even though her hairstyle is different and face only vaguely similar, we can’t help butContinue Reading

The Brooklyn neighborhood of Williamsburg (sometimes called “Billyburg” by local hipsters) is not a part of the borough generally known for lots of graffiti. But the ‘hood, like SoHo three decades ago, has become a well-established colony for artists, who settled in Williamsburg throughout the 1990’s and into the ’00’s.Continue Reading