Another interesting street art collaboration. Although I prefer this Jelly Dong, but definitely not this one (don’t do it).
From Kent Avenue, Williamsburg
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Tagged cock, dong, fish, graffiti, jelly, jellyfish, penis, pink, street art, xxx
Some highly animated clothing on Graham Avenue.
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Tagged animated, Cartoon, crazy clothing, eyes, Graham Avenue, mouth, Moves, Moves Clothing, skirt, yello
From Wythe Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
From Kingsland Avenue, south of the BQE.
To a non-New Yorker, the difference between Soho and Greenpoint may not be that obvious, but when I go to this Manhattan neighborhood, I do feel feel a bit out of place. I mean, I love to see all the pretty girls in their upper class short skirts (unfortunately not pictured), but it still feels like a different planet. Here’s some random shots from the hip.
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Big giant illegal blank useless billboard terminals on Meeker Avenue just waiting for the next microburst to send it through a chunky hole through the Brooklyn Queens Expressway one more time.
As you leave Greenpoint on Norman Avenue you end up in an industrial abyss that eventually gets the new name of Bridgewater Street.
This building seems adequately fortified like a battleship.
From Monitor Street, Greenpoint.
Sidewalk Chalk on trees is kind of an interesting take on the medium. That stuff doesn’t harm trees unless it’s repeated. I don’t think that I would want drawing on trees with anything to catch on, but still, it was amusing when I saw these in McGolrick Park yesterday morning.
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Tagged abstract, bark, chalk, color field, dust, graffiti, McGolrick, McGolrick Park, painted, paintings, park, park art, Parks, pastels, sidewalk chalk, tree