City Feature: New York City Street Art

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We’re heading to New York City to take a look inside the Big Apple’s City Street Art! The New York City street art scene originated in the form of graffiti along the city’s subways in the early 1970’s. However, after the Clean Train Movement, artists had to find new mediums to express their art form. Rooftops became the new billboards for many artist during the 1980’s such as  Cope2Claw MoneySane SmithZephyr and T Kid. And despite the rich past with graffiti and New York City’s deep connection to all art avenues, authorities are still very strict with street art.

Here is a look some of the colorful and unique street art New York City has to offer!

Buff Monster

New York City Street Art

Dasic Fernandez

New York City Street Art

Jorit Agoch and Leticia Mandragora

New York City Street Art

Sipros

Toofly 

New York City Street Art

Now let’s take a look at some of the famous named walls featuring New York City Street Art that have been painted on by a history of well-known artists.

Bronx Wall of Fame

Bowery Graffiti Wall

North 6th St

New York City Street Art

Tuff City

100 Gates Project

New York City Street Art

Art Basel in Europe 2016

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