Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Native New Yorkers







33 comments:

Lelainia N. Lloyd said...

*loves*

glimmering prize said...

ahh- i miss new york. thanks for sharing this!

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

I miss New York myself...Happy New Year to a dear friend Seth. I have moved into my own studio downtown and slowly I am figuring out what is the next move. I have been reading and I am terribly proud of your latest accomplishments. Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

wanda miller said...

THE COOLEST COOL!!!

rebeca trevino said...

Graffiti? Gotta love New York!

jill zaheer said...

OMG- Now you tell me- that's what it is....I'm a native new yorker! Yeah for me! Super wonderful pictures!

MrCachet said...

Can you give us some context here? I'm really liking the third from the top, but I'd like to know - more.

Lynn said...

How fun to come across all this art on walls!

urbandon (Don Pezzano) said...

Street art is where it's at.

azirca said...

Fantastic imagery!

apaperbear said...

So much inspiration about!

lyle baxter said...

great pics! would love to see the "authors" photos! too bad all grafitti cant be so positive!

Dyche Designs said...

Love these.

neva gagliano said...

amazing people art, pure and fresh and for the sake of getting it up and out....

neva gagliano said...

amazing people art, pure and fresh and for the sake of getting it up and out....

sf said...

ohhhhhhhhhhhh...

Supria Karmakar said...

Love these images..thanks for sharing...I have been reflecting on our collaboration..though it was a while back..I am so grateful for this time and you have shared the gift of collaboration with me...which I cherish..I put up a blog today honour this time and thanking you...
with a grateful heart,
supria

Tricia said...

fantastic!!!! love the blue face.

Eryl said...

This is what I love about cities.

Outside The Lines said...

Love them all, especially the first one!

Rita Vindedzis said...

Wow!! Love these. Missing NYC.

Bill said...

Whoa! I guess that explains how all those stories about New Yorkers get started.

Patti said...

The sidewalks above the storm drains were painted with cool murals before the World Equestrian Games... still, not nearly this cool!
thanks for sharing!

La Dolce Vita said...

so! this is what native new yorkers look like... I always wondered... nice!

Sharmon Davidson said...

These are great at first I thought this was an art gallery! I especially love that first one!

Marit said...

Holy cow... are those all wall paintings and posters? Gorgeous!!! And what an inspiration you are surrounded with! (well, I guess I could find things overhere too - it has to do with keeping your eyes wide open, isn't it...)

Stephanie said...

you simply have the BEST!! walls of graffiti art.

Have you seen 'Exit through the Gift shop'

I'm sure you have, we just saw it...

Twiggers said...

Wonderful, reminds me why I love cities so much...

alteredbits said...

this is the fourth time i've had the privilege of viewing this post in the past couple/few days but was too busy or side-tracked to comment. i LOVElove these!! i want to come see them in person!

Karen Cole said...

OK......you win. I have never seen ANYONE capture NYC and her people as well as you just have......that is, except maaaaaybe, Francis Bacon and Lucien Freud :-)

Congrats on the mag article, looks great! I am in Art Journaling this month...fyi

KC

Gillian McMurray said...

Isn't it amazing how much art you can find just on the street. There's a lot of talent out there.

Jason said...

Thanks for showing us NY City Street Art Seth

m. heart said...

Love this! It's been a year since I've been in the city. Hard to believe. Must go back soon...