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Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Skull By Matt Siren

pink skull by matt siren photo by gail worley
Photos By Gail

When you are walking on the street, remember not only to look down, to avoid stepping in dog poo, but also to look up, so you can spot cool street art like this Pink Skull sticker by artist Matt Siren!

matt siren skull sticker photo by gail worley

Thorns Mural By K-NOR

KNOR Thorns Mural
Photos By Gail

One of the more recent additions to the First Street Green Art Park is this horned skull mural, entitled Thorns, by prolific street artist K-NOR. You can see a time-lapse video of this mural going up over a two-day period in August at K-NOR’s instagram, @itskaynor.

KNOR Thorns Mural

 

Awesome Graffiti Box Truck!

Scanar Harry Bones Hoacs Musa JAT
All Photos By Gail

The Graffiti Box Truck is not that rare of a thing in NYC; you see them all the time. But what is rare is one that features contributions from maybe a half-dozen graffiti artists from across the globe. This one features tags and murals from Scaner (Canada), Harry Bones (Spain), RASK (Los Angeles), Hoacs (NYC), MUSA (Spain) and others, and that’s just what I could see on the two sides of the truck that I was able to shoot from the sidewalk!

Grim Reaper

From what I could gather from Google searches, this truck has been on the street at least since 2018.

Graffiti Box Truck

Photographed on Chrystie Street, Downtown NYC.

Dandelions Mural By K-NOR at First Street Green Art Park

K-Nor Skull Tank Mural
Photo By Gail

Skulls and Tanks: they go together! Graffiti artist K-NOR created this exciting and proactive mural, which may or may not be called Dandelions (check out the mouth of the tank gun) for the Wasteland-themed show at First Street Green Art Park. This piece is on the south side of the park facing Houston Street! See if before it’s history!

Get This T-Shirt for Halloween: The Most Wonderful Time of The Year!

Halloween Most Winderful Time-1

You love Halloween way more than Christmas, amiright? Sure I am. Get this rad Halloween T-Shirt that expresses how you truly feel about the darkest of all holidays for just $24.95 at This Link!

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Calavera “Skull” Chair!

Calavera Chair
All Photos By Gail

Spotted at ICFF 2017: What could be more perfectly predestined  for this blog than a Pink Skull Chair! Swoon! What makes this design even more special is that it is the second appearance on The Gig of a Flocked Skull! Manufactured by Polart, the company uses a special technique to electrostatically adhere the flock to its products, resulting in a texture that is soft like velvet to the touch. Appropriately, the collection (which includes other designs) is known as Flockart.

3 Calavera Chairs

The Calavera Chair is the first piece of a collection inspired by Mexico’s heritage and its most recognized holiday, Dia de los Muertos, the holiday to honor the dead. Calavera, which translates in English as a human skull, is a the ideal name for the chair depicted as a giant skull and decorated with ornate details — such as the crown which serves as the chair’s back support — to represent Dia de los Muertos. Calavera is constructed of polyurethane, steel and a choice of fabric.

Calavera Chair 2
A Soft Cush for Your Tush

The Calavera Chair design is the first collaboration with a furniture company for designer Dirk Vermeire, whose background as an artist is rooted in his Flemish culture. His works have been presented at high profile art shows across the globe, including Art Basel. Vermeire currently resides between Ghent, Belgium, and Marbella, Spain, where his Plexiglas studio is located.

The Flockart collection will be produced in both indoor and outdoor options and will be available in the brand’s 20 signature bold colors and durable materials. The Calavera Chair is priced to retail at $719 for the outdoor version and $599 for interior designs.

3 Calavera Chairs Installation View

Jesus Shaves

Jesus Shaves
Photo By Gail

Spotted on Ludlow Street near Canal.

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