Pose and Revok in NYC: on the Bowery, at Jonathan LeVine and in Bushwick, Brooklyn

July 19th, 2013 | By | 1 Comment »
Pose and Revok on the famed Bowery and Houston wall

Pose and Revok on the famed Bowery and Houston wall

With their vigorous, brightly-hued fusion of pop imagery, comic art and graffiti elements, Pose and Revok, along with support from other MSK crew members, have fashioned — perhaps — the most dynamic mural to ever grace the famed Bowery and Houston wall. Along with their current exhibit, Uphill Both Ways at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery, their artwork is a testament to graffiti’s ongoing evolution and vitality.

Pose, Fin 2, acrylic and spray paint on clayboard panel

Pose, Fin 2, acrylic and spray paint on clayboard panel

Pose, Dude2, acrylic and spray paint on clayboard panel

Pose, Dude 2, acrylic and spray paint on clayboard panel

Revok, 3652 Canfield, acrylic, enamel and found objects on panel

Revok, 3652 Canfield, acrylic, enamel and found objects on panel

Revok, 301 Petoskey, acrylic, enamel and found objects on panel

Revok, 301 Petoskey, acrylic, enamel and found objects on panel

And in their tribute to the legendary Nekst and to the true spirit of graffiti, the two have, also, left their mark on the streets of Bushwick, Brooklyn:

Revok tribute to Nekst

Revok tribute to Nekst

Pose tribute to Nekst

Pose tribute to Nekst

Photos by Dani Mozeson, Tara Murray and Lois Stavsky


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