If this tall, minimalist figure by UK artist STIK looks familiar to you, it might be because you’re seen his likeness before Here and Here. This mural, known as the Migrant, has been on view for a year already (since June of 2017) and can be seen on the seven story building at the southeast corner of Delancey and Allen Streets (which is also known as Avenue of the Immigrants). You can read more about the mural at This Link!
Update: As of November 2022, Migrant has been painted over.
I must not be looking up very often when I am in Union Square, because I just noticed the mural painted on a water tower at 127 Fourth Avenue at 13th Street, which is by the UK-based street artist STIK. Apparently, it’s been up there for two years already. Gee Wiz.
London based artist STIK completed the final touches on his Liberty tribute mural as of Thursday, September 12th. A gift to NYC from Dorian Grey Gallery and STIK, this 60 foot mural was inspired by the history and spirit of Tompkins Square Park and will become a symbol of the artistic legacy of NYC’s East Village. The mural adorns the side of the building at the southwest corner of Avenue A and 9th Street above Doc Holiday’s Bar.