Fresh wheat-paste street art from Brooklyn-based artist Bast on Crosby Street on SoHo, in downtown New York City. This twinned, diptych-like image a horse-headed woman plays with color alterations in each of the two versions. Note the newer cursive Bast signature and different colored versions of it, too.
“Lady” wheat-paste street art by artist Lady Millard on Crosby Street in SoHo, in downtown New York City.
The “Carrot Duo” strike again, this time on Crosby Street south of Spring Street in SoHo. These dudes’ stuff has been getting up a lot downtown in recent weeks.
This small wheat-paste street art image of a black-eyed girl crying blood is sad and haunting. We stumbled upon this paste-up on Crosby Street in SoHo, across from the Equinox gym near Prince Street, though we’ve seen this elsewhere in downtown New York City, notably at the Jay Maisel Building.
We really abstract, colorful street art like this wheatpasted quartet of geometric-patterned squares on Crosby Street in SoHo, in downtown New York City.
“In the Moment of Now” street-art / graffiti sticker on Wooster Street in SoHo, in New York City.
A variety-pack mini-strip of recent street art work by several artists on Crosby Street near Prince Street in SoHo, New York City.
Wheat-paste street art poster by artist Dylan Egon of Native American in traditional garb and toting a modern, high-powered assault gun near the corner of Wooster and Grand streets in SoHo, in downtown Manhattan, NYC.
New York street art: Another massive building-size painting by Banksy in New York City. This one is near the northwest corner of Broadway and Hester Street in SoHo. “Let Them Eat Crack” is the message along with Banksy’s giant rat, umbrella in claw. We took shots of this art work
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