Feb 062024

These two murals, created by artists Dasic Fernandez (left) and Werc Alvarez (right), are located in the Gowanus neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York.

Oct 142023

For more work by WK Interact check out his website and Instagram.

Nov 252022

For 2015’s Monument Art Festival, a dozen international artists painted murals around the South Bronx and East Harlem.

This mural, Freedom and Emancipation of the Natural World, by SEGO was painted on the wall of P.S. 171 Patrick Henry, East Harlem, near Museum of the City of New York and El Museo del Barrio.


Nov 182022

Mundo Loco by Erin Ko spotted in NYC in 2020. For more of her work also check out her Instagram.

The mural has recently been chosen by MakersPlace to be part of Equal Bytes, a new artist accelerator program that aims to “recruit and onboard additional women creators to the NFT space and support the minting and sale of their first NFT”.

Until 11/20/22 you can vote for your favorite artwork on their site and be automatically entered to win one of six NFTs selected by MakersPlace from the exhibition. All of the pieces included are by first-time women NFT creators.  The ten artists who receive the most votes will be invited to participate in their Featured Creators Program.


Nov 082022

Dorothy Day, born today, November 8th, was an American journalist and social activist who co-founded the Catholic Worker Movement in the early 1930s. This portrait is located in the First Street Community Garden.

On November 4th, 2022, the newest vessel in the Staten Island Ferry fleet was named for her, and will enter service in the coming weeks. Day lived on Staten Island for several decades.

Interestingly the quote in the portrait above that reads “All of our problems stem from our acceptance of this filthy, rotten system”, although probably her most famous, may never have been said by her. For more on that debate, this article is pretty informative.