Tag Archive | delancey and allen

My Heart Is In It Mural By Sara Erenthal

my heart is in it by sara erenthal photo by gail worley
All Photos By Gail

Ongoing for a few years at this point, The New Allen Project (#thenewallen) has transformed Allen Street into a continuously evolving gallery of vibrant Street Art. One of my favorite contributing muralists is Sara Erenthal, an artist with a very distinctive style who also likes to infuse her works with a positive message. Heaven knows, we need more of that.

my heart is in it by sara erenthal photo by gail worley

This pink lady, whose shirt declares “My Heart Is In It,” went up in November of 2019. You can find her next to the Subway sandwich shop at the corner of Delancey and Allen Streets, where you could previously find This Mural, which was also by Erenthal.

my heart is in it by sara erenthal photo by gail worley

Lady with Cactus Mural By Sara Erenthal

Sara Erenthal Mural
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A lady holding a potted cactus seems like an apropos image to usher in the spring, but this mural by artist Sara Erenthal has actually been up since September of 2018. You can find this work at the corner of Delancey and Allen Streets, where you previously saw This Piece and This Collaboration!

Sara Erentlal Head Tag

Sara even left this tag on the sidewalk near the mural, which is part of The New Allen project!

Lady With Cactus Mural

Mike Makatron Mural On Allen Street

Mike Makatron Mural
Photos By Gail

Melbourne, Australia-based street muralist Mike Maka (#MkeMakatron) ravelled a long way to make this visually-seductive contribution to NYC’s The New Allen mural project.

Find this lovely lady near the northwest corner of Delancey and Allen, just north of the Subway Sandwich Shop. As long as this stays up, it will remind us of the warmer day of summer, now that the cooler fall weather has arrived!

Mike Makatron Mural

Migrant Mural By STIK at Delancey and Allen Streets

STIK Migrant Mural
All Photos By Gail

If this tall, minimalist figure by UK artist STIK looks familiar to you, it might be because you’re seen his likeness before Here and Here. This mural, known as the Migrant, has been on view for a year already (since June of 2017) and can be seen on the seven story building at the southeast corner of Delancey and Allen Streets (which is also known as Avenue of the Immigrants). You can read more about the mural at This Link!

STIK Migrant Mural