The new street-art class

These seven artists are doing their part to make NYC more beautiful.

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Veng (vengpaintings.com)
Veng merges a background in graffiti with a love of Dutch masters to create ambiguous but realistic portraits. He typically glues his oil paintings to building walls because, he says, working on the street allows his art to play off the environment and vice versa. "It adds a new feel to the work," he says. At Mercer and Spring Streets, Veng's small, cherry-red frog seems to pop out of a concrete wall, and at 36 Gardner Avenue at Ingraham Street in Bushwick, a walrus man overlooks an industrial block. He also paints with the collective Robots Will Kill (robotswillkill.com), which splashes murals around industrial Brooklyn.

Where his work has been:
1. Walrus Man: 36 Gardner Ave at Ingraham St, Bushwick, Brooklyn
2. Frog: Mercer St at Spring St

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Switlightgraff
Switlightgraff

hello, I am a French artist practicing lightpainting.J 'arrives this week in new york j'd wanted to know the good place, practicing demonstrations, good location that would be succeptible to interresser to expose, magic places of urban art, or good places to practice my art I vive à link for see my job http://www.flickr.com/photos/2switlightgraff/ Thinks so much , i Hope , i see you soon