If you dug Michelle Pfeifer’s deranged take on Batman’s seductive nemesis, Catwoman, then you must own this Meow T Shirt designed by CarloJ1956. It comes in lots colors and sizes and is currently on sale for 20% off the regular price of just $21.95 at This Link!
Rub his belly for luck, and to be protected from crime. 3D Printed Batman/Buddha Mash up By MuckyChris.
This poster of Dump as a fat, bloated Bat Man was spotted at the corner of Bedford Ave. and North 7th Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It is from Degenerate Art Gallery and can be purchased as a silk screen poster at This Link!
I’m not sure who does the Dasani Air street art — which has been floating around the east village since 2013 — but this one (spotted on Bowery just below Houston) was new to me. I’ve seen it with Queen Elizabeth sucking on a canister of Dasani Air (clearly parody of Coca Cola brand’s Dasani Water) but Batman is pretty popular as well.
Update October 2020: Since it was announced that Dump now has the Covid, I saw a bunch of these “Trump Air” paste-ups on First Avenue walking from 27th to 14th Street. Despite their recent appearance, the image goes back to 2017. I’ve also discovered that the artist is Raimann (@Raimann1 on Instagram).
Built from a 1966 Yamaha Catalina (YDS-3) 250, the Batcycle features a side car with a portable go-cart resting on it for Batman’s sidekick, Robin. The entire Batcycle and side car are handsomely customized in black and white colors with a Batshield molded into the fairing (the shell placed over the frame) and fender guard. Not only is the Batcycle a hugely modified Yamaha Catalina 250, but Robin’s cart, which is an integral part of the Batcycle rig, is powered by a 55cc, electric start, Yamaha three-speed engine.
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