From Brooklyn, New York; to North Massapequa; back to Brooklyn; Brockport, New York; back to Brooklyn... To Boston, Massachusetts, where I met Jerry... To Marina del Rey, California; Washington, DC; New Haven and Guilford, Connecticut; San Diego, San Francisco, Palm Springs, and Santa Barbara, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; Irvine, California; Sevilla, Spain. And Fuengirola, Málaga..
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26 thoughts on “City Art / Arte de la Ciudad”
lovely street art! murals add to a city’s character. the last 2 are SO NYC.
I agree with you completely. And, yes, those last two!
Amazing, I LOVE the water tank.
I couldn’t believe that water tank. And its atop a building on Furman Street which runs parallel to that ugly section of the Brooklyn Queens Expressway below the Brooklyn Heights Promenade. Never expected that.
Some pretty marvelous stuff!
It made me smile wherever I saw it… and, man, do we ever need to smile!
I wish I could have shared more. So much fun to explore and discover.
I love urban art, especially the ginormous pieces! And is that a stained glass water tower? I want that one!
Do you believe that water tower?!? I was amazing. Only problem is I don’t think the idea will hold water…
Some dont like street art or murals, but how can one not? Especially murals. Yoi and penguin should do a tour.
I love what street art does for a city. Yeah, I loved that David was inspired to share that mural at the same time that I was collecting photos of my own. Great minds.
So much better than tagging! This inspires me, but nobody wants to see paintings of misshapen stick people on my house, including me. People can be so creative!
Oh, I don’t know. I think misshapen stick people could be very cool. Imagine owning an original “Deedle.” Well, YOU don’t need to imagine.
Aw, aren’t you sweet! I’ve just now noticed that when you take the “s” off of my name it sounds like some kind of sex act. “I’m going to deedle him until he begs for mercy!” Yeah, I won’t be writing any erotic literature any time soon.
Oh please. You’ve got kids. Proof you’ve Deedled at least a couple of times! I can’t imagine you writing serious erotic literature. You’d be finding the humor in the positions and making riotous comments about the angles and bad views.
A street artist in action. Usually there’s an invisibility about them.
That was great to see. I usually only see the chalk artists at events when an entire plaza is officially taken over.
Beautiful. I love the guy on the sidewalk though, he is so talented. Also love the fish one 🙂
I loved what the chalk artist was doing. And the boardwalk art was exceptional. That’s a New York Aquarium building.
This is just wonderful.
Tucson is filled with art, on of the reasons I like living here.
We don’t have much of this in Fuengirola, but Málaga has some great walls (not enough, though). I’ve never been to Tucson.
All cool. I’ve never been more excited than when I saw a Banksy high on a building in San Francisco,
Unusual and big public art can really change a neighborhood.
I prefer The Old Masters
I’ve heard the guy who did the last one likes to be called Master.