Tag Archives: street photography
Moment of Zen
Precisely AT the Point
New Works of Art Discovered
Recent #MyNYC Snaps:
Commentary: There are so many stupendous things to take in on any given day in NYC, hence I started using the #MyNYC hashtag to identify these little moments of joy. Encapsulated in these and other brief respites from the day-to-day grind. Each one a moment of zen to stop and ponder the little things.
Feels Like Fall
ART we LIKE: Sipros
NYC at Dusk
NYC at Night
Do You Hear How Insane You Sound?
NYC Developers May Destroy Original Keith Haring Mural
Further evidence that the city is intent on shaking off any sign of personality that could distinguish it from, say, a strip mall in Terre Haute, Indiana: An original Keith Haring mural from the early ’80s, which winds through the stairwells of a rental house in Morningside, is quite likely to be painted over in a bid to entice more monied tenants into the building. Continue reading
Photo of the week: Am I next?
Tia Williams, left, and her daughter Aissa create a display on the street outside the Minnesota governor’s official residence Thursday, July 7, 2016, in St. Paul, Minn., as people gathered to protest the shooting death of Philando Castile by police.
Photo Credit: Richard Tsong-Taatarii/ Star Tribune via AP
via Photos of the week | The Undefeated
GoT: Do Not Hodors
MyNYC: Street Art
Panorama Photo of Stonewall Inn #WeAreOrlando
Huge crowd at Stonewall #NYC in support of Orlando & the #LGBT community.
Photo by Chris Tuttle/Twitter
Prince Street Art
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