Posts Tagged: New York Street Art

The New York Charging Bull Statue

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New York Wall Street bull

This post is about how to find the Wall Street Bull, officially known as the Charging Bull, the popular bronze statue and financial icon, along with a brief history of the Bull and the Fearless Girl Statue.” A Brief History How to Get Here Fearless Girl Statue Tours of Wall Street Free Tours by Foot […]

The Bushwick Collective – A Street Art Gallery

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Bushwick Grafitti Buff Monster

This post explains the Bushwick Collective, NYC’s most prolific neighborhood for street art and graffiti, and how to reach it. Check out our pay-what-you-like New York Graffiti and Street Art Tour (tour video below).  How to Get Here 5 Tips for Independent Travelers Organized Street Art Tour Self-Guided Bushwick Tour Free Brooklyn Tours Free Tours by […]

New York Graffiti and Street Art Tours

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New York Street Art Tours

This post reviews and compares the various New York and Brooklyn street art and graffiti tours and workshops, including our own pay-what-you-wish tours. New York City is a mecca for graffiti and street art, making it a very attractive playground for artists from around the world. See the full street art tour schedule. Brooklyn Tours […]

Interview with New York Street Artist ColWallnuts

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ColWallnuts Graffiti

Interviewer: Izzy Church Col is an established graffiti artist born and raised in New York, representing Brooklyn, tried & true. He has a degree in advertising and is self-taught in aerosol. He paints with a crew of about twenty worldwide named Wall Nuts.  Their name is pretty self-explanatory. They believe they are nuts for tagging the […]

NYC Subway Art: Life Underground

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Art in NYC Subway

Of all the MTA-Art for Transit’s artworks visited during The NYC Subway Art Tour consistently the most popular one among attendees is Tom Otterness’ Life Underground installed in 2001. Taking 10 years to complete, 130 eye-catching bronze figures are scattered throughout the immense 14th Street station. Many are in plain sight and many have to […]