Street art by Russell King on Dock Street betweee Front and Water Street.
Found in Dumbo: “Coach, cheerleader, 5’2″ 102lbs, has a posse…and a twitter feed” (@coachdearleader)
“Matt Foley lives in a van down by the river. 5’8″ 270lbs. Matt Foley motivational speaker”
Seen: Street art on a street sign in Dumbo with commentary about reality tv via an image that looks like a movie poster. The sign reads: “Reality Killed the Video Star” The Horror – The Terror – The Implants
Previously: posts tagged “streetart”
Anyone see this today?
In a photo taken by joshderr, he noticed construction on the corner of Prospect and Jay Street before realizing that it is some sort of art work. He says:
What initially appeared to be road work at the corner of Prospect and jay street in DUMBO turned out to be some sort of art project (Street art taken literally?). New asphalt was laid down with a swirling flourish design sunk within. Given that laing down asphalt is a fairly labor-intensive job, and doing it cleanly requires heavy equipment, it is doubtful this was done by a single person. Aside from the DOT branded cones surround it, no artist name or credit otherwise was found. Ideas people?
Here’s another detail view on flickr. If this is in fact art, who is the artist?
The following are selected links from this past week on blogs and websites with discussion about Dumbo (and its neighboring areas):
Bet more people stopped to look at this non-standard STOP sign. (Photo by nesster)