Spotted outside a Bar on Avenue A near 13th Street in NYC’s East Village.
Pop Culture-themed Tile Mosaics by the French Street Artist known as Invader can be found all over the city, if you know to look up, and aren’t always staring at your fucking phone.
This one of a diminutive Spiderman, captured in the process of scaling the side of a building, adorns the front façade of what used to be a bank, located on the southwest corner of 2nd Avenue and St. Marks Place in NYCs east village. I believe it has been there since late 2015.
There’s cheap but reliable BBQ restaurant just across the street. And just around the corner to the right, you’ll see these familiar buildings.
This intriguing mural by graffiti artist Zesoner — which depicts his stylized tag “Zeso” — went up on the southeast corner of 13th Street at First Avenue back in 2015, but it still looks vibrant despite a year’s exposure to the elements! The orange and white-striped Traffic Cones that look like Lighthouses are one of Zeso’s signature motifs. See more of his fun work at Zeso Art Dot Com!
There’s a brand new Shepard Fairey mural now covering the southern exposure of the building on southwest the corner of First Avenue and 11th Street; former home to Schnitz, and the Viennese bakery Something Sweet before that.
Work on the Rise Above mural was finished as of October 2nd and it took Fairey only about 4 or 5 days to complete. The model is Fairey’s eldest daughter, at age 3 years (she’s now 11).
You can see this colorful mural of the Sith Lord Vader (by Street Artist Huetek) in First Street Green Cultural Park, which is located on the north side of E. Houston Street, between 1st and 2nd Avenues in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan. You can also enter at 33 East 1st Street, which is the official address. The murals change frequently, so if you want to see this one, don’t wait too long!
This cool mural of what I’d call a Mechanical Wasp (though I don’t know the mural’s official title, or even if it has one) is painted on the side of the apartment building at 62 Avenue B, near 5th Street, in the East Village. It was created by the artist Ludo for the Lo Man Art Festival in August of 2015.