In Shoreditch, Part II: Faith47, Satterugly, Rone, Hottea, Bicicleta, Jimmy C, Ben Slow, Roa, Martin Ron & Skeleton Cardboard

December 15th, 2014 | By | No Comments »
South African artist Faith47 and to the right Mexican artist Satterugly

South African artist Faith47 and to her right Mexican artist Satterugly

This is the second post featuring some of the walls that I recently saw in Shoreditch, the East London neighborhood that is increasingly attracting artists from throughout the globe.

Another view of Faith47 and Satterugly with Australian artist Rone to the left and Hottea's first-rate graffiti

Another view of Faith47 and Satterugly with Australian artist Rone to the left and Hottea’s first-rate graffiti

Brazilian artist collective, Bicicleta

Brazilian artist collective, Bicicleta

London-based Australian artist Jimmy C

London-based Australian artist Jimmy C

London-based Ben Slow

London-based Ben Slow

Belgian artist Roa with Argentine artist Martin Ron to his left

Belgian artist Roa with Argentine artist Martin Ron to his left

Irish artist Skeleton Cardboard with a message

Irish artist Skeleton Cardboard with a message

Photos 1-4 by Dani Reyes Mozeson; 5-7 by Lois Stavsky


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HOTTEA makes a brief stop in Little Italy

November 12th, 2013 | By | 2 Comments »

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HOTTEA stopped by Little Italy last week for a last-minute piece with The L.I.S.A. Project NYC. His piece is right at the heart of our little street art murals, on Mulberry between Canal and Hester streets, near work by Ron English, Tristan Eaton, Bishop203 & Pebbles and a large collaborative mural done through Secret Walls. Since he works with yarn, HOTTEA was able to hit up a fence where I guess we otherwise couldn’t really install any art. Here are some shots of the piece coming together:

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Photos by Rey Rosa for The L.I.S.A. Project NYC


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HOTTEA hits NYC

August 27th, 2013 | By | 2 Comments »
HOTTEA in Williamsburg

HOTTEA in Williamsburg

Minneapolis-based yarnbomber HOTTEA was busy in NYC last week. It was great to have him back in town. I only wish that his amazing work on the Williamsburg Bridge had lasted longer. Sadly, I never got to see more than just a few remnants. But there are other works:

On the West 4th Street basketball court

On the West 4th Street basketball court

In Bushwick

In Bushwick

Photos by Dani Mozeson


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