Get a sneak peek of four new murals inside the soon-to-be-opened public lobby of Dock 72, a new commercial building in Brooklyn's Navy Yard.
Much is said about Grand Central Terminal. One overlooked detail is hidden in plain sight, the proverbial fly-on-the-wall. Or in this case, a fly on the ceiling
At 115 Hamilton Place in Harlem is a mural that looks like Seurat's famous painting La Grande Jatte. But look closely and you'll see it's a ode to the original.
The Art Deco Murals of Hildreth Meière by Catherine Coleman Brawer and Kathleen Murphy Skolnik is an enlightening and desperately needed work. Most people today have never head of Meière, though millions walk by her work every day.
The work Keith Haring left behind for New Yorkers to enjoy, with more than 8 public works in NYC.
With the recent uncovering of the Sherry-Netherland Hotel ceiling mural, here are 8 other uncovered, saved or at risk murals around NYC.
A veteran of the street art scene in London, Stik fittingly leaves androgynous "stik people" wherever he visits.
In addition to 5 Pointz, Bushwick, Brooklyn is one of NYC's major street art hubs, with an outdoor art gallery known as the Bushwick Collective.
Dumob was underdeveloped when Shepard Fairey used to tag there in the '90s. Now it's encourages public murals, like this new work by Fairey.
Brooklyn-based duo Faile created the mosaic mural at 104 N. 7th Street in Williamsburg using thousands of handmade tiles.