Few see as much art in the street as NY-based photographer Luna Park. Knowing this, we asked her to pick some of her favorites (with a couple of ours included) of 2011.
The legendary photographer gets profiled in the latest episode of Here Comes The Neighborhood
Pref is making outstanding graffiti.
Earsnot and Nemel in the latest episode of HCTN
Until the Friday before Christmas, we’ll be posting one product a day to help make the holiday the most gifted one yet
Tag Your Own Chinatown Cube Truck by TYOTOYS ($46)
Real Estate: Miami… just kidding… Walls for all.
This Saturday Steve Powers and Todd James open Livingston Street Market at ICY Signs. Alongside the installation will be works from Dan Murphy, Mike Langley, Josh Smith, Pat Griffin, and Sam Meyerson. We stopped by yesterday to see it all in progress. More info on the opening after the jump.
Vice catches up with Mr. Powers outside A Love Letter To Brooklyn. For those in the NYC area, make sure to hit up Livingston Street Market this Saturday.
“Utilizing Bluetooth 2.1 technology the Spray pairs with any Bluetooth device up to a maximum range of 30 feet, includes a built-in microphone that enables hands-free calling with any Bluetooth cell phone and has a 3.5mm line input for direct connection to any music player or smartphone. The Spray’s dome twists to control volume and skip to the next or previous song, and the Spray’s nozzle is a button that controls the play/pause and call functions.”