Can those us familiar with the 1968 horror classic Rosemary’s Babyall agree that this scene of the eponymous character’s desperate call from a phone booth is one of the most nail-biting moments in the movie? And now . . .it’s a fantastically hyperrealistic mural in NYC’s East Village! I spotted this work of by Street Artist @bkfoxx on New Year’s Day.
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It’s been a long time since I wrote about one of the murals that pops up ever now and then at the corner Elizabeth and Prince Streets in the village, but when I passed that corner on a recent Friday evening this piece by artist L’Amour Supreme really got my attention.
All You Need is Love By Sipros for The Bushwick Collective (Photo By Gail)
I can’t believe that Pride Month is coming to a close already, when it should really be celebrated all year! Wah! You still have time to celebrate Pride with many activities, including the Parade, planned for today, June 26th. Get all the details at This Link!
This Mural, which went up on June 15th, 2022, was located on First Avenue near 16th Street on the front window of the Stuyvesant Town Leasing Office, but was taken down in early August.
While it’s been hot and steamy for a few weeks already, the official first day of Summer, June 21st, has arrived at last. Despite the inherent stickiness of a NYC summer it is, hands down, my favorite season of the year. Summer ushers in a feeling of joy and freedom that cannot concisely be put into words, and I am so ready to launch into three months of crazy fun. Feel free to share the reasons why you love summer, in the comments!