Friday, October 31, 2014

Street Art: V-J Day Kiss


The Kiss, Chelsea, New York City, USA

This mural of the vintage V-J Day Kiss picture (shot in Time Square in 1945) can be seen on 25th Street and 10th Avenue on the the not-to-be-missed-if-you're-in-NY Highline - a public park built on an old freight rail line. The mural is by Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra.  

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Street Art: Donuts taking over


Donuts Taking Over, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

This street art is under the overpass of Of Highway 440 and Boulevard Charest in the Saint-Roch district of the beautiful Quebec City.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Street Art: Greetings from Sea Bright


Greetings, Sea Bright, New Jersey, USA

This beautiful old style postcard mural by artist Jim Kovic is on the corner of Ocean and Peninsula Avenues in Sea Bright, NJ. Sea Bright is a cute little seaside town with a beautiful beach. It was hit very hard by hurricane Sandy in 2012 but got nicely back on it's feet. Worth a visit!

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Street Art: King

King, Bowery & Spring, NYC, USA

"Trapart is to make something out of nothing with dedication and humble beginnings." ~ Tonyconcep. Fine specimen can be seen at 190 Bowery in Manhattan. Not for long though as the building was sold recently and might be transformed into condos.

Monday, October 27, 2014

Street Art: Old Man on Bedford


Old Man, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY, USA

This old man was found on Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Bedford Avenue is good to visit for an interesting assortment of street art and graffiti. 

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Street Art: Live your Dream

Live Your Dream, Bowery & Spring, Manhattan, NYC, USA

OK, so this is technically not street art. It's good old graffiti. But I still love it because of the message. It was on the Germania Bank building at 190 Bowery which has been a graffiti and street art covered private residence for years. 

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Street Art: Cathedral Door


Cathedral Door, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada

Check out this amazingly intricate mural I found in Quebec City. It can be viewed under the overpass of Of Highway 440 and Boulevard Charest in the Saint-Roch district.