Now that the (slightly less frigid) Spring weather has arrived in NYC, you’ll be seeing me post more about the fun discoveries I come upon during my weekly Street Art Safari! How many NYC Street Artist’s works can you spot in the above photo? Clue: There are lots of them!
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The Harkonnen Capo Chair is one of the furniture designs by the late Swiss artist H. R. Giger (1940 – 2014). It is manufactured by hand chiefly out of aluminum or black fiberglass and made to resemble a human skeleton.
In a fairly eventful week that included a Street Art Safari, Valentine’s Day, my birthday, three museum visits, and a Chelsea art crawl, my most popular Instagram post of the past week is this fabulous Bling Skull hood ornament emerging from the softly gathering snow. When you have an iPhone at-the-ready, art is everywhere.
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This striking mural, depicting three skulls that relay the immortal message of “Speak No Evil, See No Evil, Hear No Evil,” is by Chicago-based street artist Vampiro X.
See it now on Allen Street just north of Stanton on the LES, where it’s part of The New Allen project. I believe it went up in February of 2020, so it should be up for a few months into the spring, at least.
Hey what’s up? Is your Holiday shopping all done, or do you maybe need to pick up something special for the goth kid or skull fan on your list? If that is the case, look no further than these totally bitchen, illuminated mosaic skulls. Available in an array of bright and cheery colors at the Union Square Holiday Market, Located in Union Square Park at 14th Street, between Union Square West and Broadway, through December 24th, 2016!