The new street-art class

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

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White Cocoa (dearcatherine.com)
An attention to detail and a fine-art sensibility distinguish White Cocoa's figurative portraits, which she draws with colored pencil on craft paper and applies to walls with wheat paste. "I became frustrated with the cost and elitism of oil painting, and experimented with cheaper materials," she says. Most of her work, which is scattered around Brooklyn, disappears within weeks. But you can spot a double portrait near the DeKalb Avenue L stop on Wyckoff Avenue. Next up: a series of tiny portraits of street artists, in the style of Russian icon paintings.

Where her work has been:
1. Untitled: South 4th St between Bedford Ave and Berry St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (no longer up)
2. Untitled: 981 Dean St at Classon Ave, Crown Heights, Brooklyn

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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