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Double Mickey Mural By Jerkface

Double Mickey Mural By Jerkface
All Photos By Gail

Jerkface is one of my favorite street artists for his use of popular, easily recognized cartoon characters in his sightly skewed cultural visions. This double-vision mural of Mickey Mouse went upon May of 2018 and it still looks pretty good!

Double Mickey Mural By Jerkface

While people will tell you that this piece is at Houston and Mott, you can see from the above photo that it is set quite far in on Mott Street, between Houston and Bleecker.

Double Mickey Mural By Jerkface

HomerBob: The Homer Simpson SpongeBob MashUp Mural On Stanton Street

Homer Bob
All Photos By Gail

I’ve been noticing this mural out the window of the M15 SBS bus as it speeds up Allen Street during my journey home from work on selected evenings. From the look of it, I assumed this was just a mural of Homer Simpson’s face peaking out from the side of a building on Stanton Street. But on closer inspection, it proved to be much more.

Homer Bob

Anyone who is up on their pop culture would recognize the hand at the left as belonging to the beloved cartoon character — and star of his own Broadway musical — SpongeBob SquarePants, and when you closely examine Homer’s face, he has quite obviously taken on the complexion of SpongeBob. Thus, this is HomerBob, the creation of street artist Jerkface.

Homer Bob

Homer Bob

He’s just next to the MeatBall Shop! Yummy!

Homer Bob

Homer Simpson Bodega Mural

Homer Simpson Bodega Mural
All Photos By Gail

Homer Simpson dreams of donuts that rain sprinkles down on his head in this fun mural on the front of an East Village bodega, painted by street artist Jerkface.

Located on Avenue C at the corner of 12th Street, just cross from the C Town Market.

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Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Panther Mural on a Building

Pink Panther Building
All Photos By Gail

This delightful Pink Panther Mural by the Queens-based street artist known as Jerkface was photographed by me on Morgan Avenue between Ingraham Street and Johnson Avenue in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

Pink Panther Mural by Jerkface

Signage indicates that the building houses Max Cellar, a new music venue located in the basement below the now closed Amancay’s Diner. The front entrance of the building is at 2 Knickerbocker Ave.

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