I love NYC Street Art! Check out this hilarious hip hop music video featuring NYC-based Street artists Blu Dog 10003 and City Kitty! http://youtu.be/viFDO9zGXeM so good.
Outdoor art: Amazing public art and street art in New York
New York is packed with dazzling public art installations, street-art murals and witty graffiti. Use our guide to plan a day out to see NYC’s best outdoor art.
Tue Apr 23 2013
Photograph: Krista Schluetta
Outdoor art—both sanctioned and illicit—dots the streets of NYC. But it’s hard to fully appreciate it if you don’t know what you’re eyeing or where to look in the first place. Remedy that with our guide to these great New York attractions, from expansive graffiti murals and obscure 19th-century statues to iconic public artworks and secret New York treasures. Get outdoors and discover NYC’s stunning range of alfresco art.
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