Summer may be the happiest time of the year in NYC, and that’s because we kick it off with Pride Month, which is celebrated for the entire month of June, and it is pretty awesome.
The mural wall adjacent to the F Train Stop at Houston and lower Second Avenue is currently home to this energetic and celebratory Pride-themed photo mural by Dusty Rebel entitled Out in the Streets. Continue reading Happy Pride Month, Bitches!
NYC has really gone all out for Pride Month and it is so great to see everybody getting into the spirit of love and unity. With so much inspiring signage and art work popping up everywhere you look, it’s challenging to document even a small fraction of it, but I was walking home from brunch this past Saturday and passed by this storefront mural by Royce Bannon (AKA @Roycer_700), which currently resides on Avenue A near East 3rd Street. It appears to have gone up in the past few weeks specifically in honor of Pride Month and will hopefully stay up as long as it can (without getting tagged). Continue reading Happy Pride Month, NYC!
This delicious-looking, multi-tiered cake couldn’t help but catch my eye as we passed the Empire Cake, where it was prominently displayed in the bakery shop’s front window. Check out the colorful fondant cut-outs in the shapes of some of the most iconic works by the late artist and activist Keith Haring. Brilliant.
Empire Cake is Located at 112 Eight Avenue (Between 15th and 16th Streets) in Chelsea, NYC.