The bustling and crowded New York many of us know is no more, as most of the city remain sheltered
Before exterior walls were co-opted by faux-graffiti marketing and street art tours flooded the borough, Brooklyn fostered distinctive waves of
A colorful new museum on Brooklyn's waterfront honors the influence of public street art, from graffiti to sculpture and everything in between.
NYC's TuffCity Tattoo fuses the worlds of tattooing, graffiti and transit in a shop featuring life-sized subway cars decorated by tattooing graffiti artists.
In an empty Asics storefront next to Bryant Park is an authentic 1961 abandoned subway car that made its way from NYC to Hollywood and back.
"Broken Windows- Graffiti NYC" started not as a book project, but more as a hobby of ours walking abandoned and active train lines, scouring the outer borough
Never let it be said that New Yorkers don’t express themselves in interesting ways. 10 sidewalk stamps and pavement art to look out for on streets of NYC.
A documentary about 1980s NYC-based fashion designer and graffiti artist Stephen Sprouse, whose influence is still felt in art and fashion today.
Photographer Jeannette Beckman explores the emergence of Hip Hop in her early photographs, curated by Cey Adams at The National Arts Club NYC
Since opening in May, Coney Art Walls, an exhibition of street art from internationally recognized artists, has attracting thousands to the park this summer.