My novel "Subway Hitchhikers" runs through surreal surroundings. Places like this ... (photo by emmajpom)

My novel "Subway Hitchhikers" runs through surreal surroundings. Places like this . (photo by emmajpom)

NYC Street Art Bleeding Hearts by James Goldcrown

Abbagalia Art - Even though graffiti is a part of art in pop culture, graffiti isn't something that is illegal or frowned open. Folk communities in Abbagalia embrace graffiti and use it as a way to spread peace by painting and spray painting murals.

5pointz Featured in ‘Graffiti New York’

The graffiti Mecca of the WORLD. I visited 5 Pointz a week before it was shut down and a few weeks after the warehouse was white-washed. There are not many things that take my breath away, but this place did.

Iconic: The graffiti-strewn New York City subway used to be a common sight, but the carriages were cleaned in the late 1980s and graffiti ne...

Amazing photographs of the New York City subway

New York City Street Artist @KelsMontagueArt is Painting a Major Mural Project in Downtown Summerlin, Las Vegas (Pictured: Taylor Swift poses with wings entitled What Lifts You?).

New York City Street Artist is Painting a Major Mural Project in Downtown Summerlin, Las Vegas (Pictured: Taylor Swift poses with wings entitled What Lifts You?

Hektad Hearts Mural New York City

New York Street Art Murals Colorful Walls

Wall Charades Guide to the best New York Street Art Murals Colorful Walls including the Lower East Side, Greenwich Village, Brooklyn, and

Where to find the best street art in New York / Intrepid travel

Where to find the best street art in NYC

If you’re keen for a self-guided tour of New York City’s public art, here’s where you can find it.

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Discovering New-York in 1983 – The street photography of Thomas Hoepker

CBGB’s toilet, New York City.  I have been here! before they closed her down!!!!

CBGB’s toilet, New York City. A very odd thing to take a picture off, but shows a lot of history with each layer of graffiti, posters, and such.

Graffiti door, 1970s. New-York Historical Society

A Brief History of New York: Selections from A History of New York in 101 Objects. On view until November Door with graffiti tags from the studio of Jack Stewart, Metal, paint. Gift of regina Serniak Stewart, New-York Historical Society

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