As Frank Sinatra has well described, New York is the city that doesn’t sleep. An avant-garde Megalopolis full of art, music, nightlife, skyscrapers, lights, shows, but specially, people. An exquisite mix of people from all over the world and different backgrounds inhabits the 5 NY neighborhoods, converting the big apple into one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world, with a unique Culture.
Among some of the artistic expressions we can find invading the Concrete jungle is the street art. In fact, New York is the city were graffiti culture was born in the late 60s when the young people, by responding to their socio-political environment, started a movement graffiting the public walls with slogans.
These are some of the amazing jobs I found streeting Manhattan and Brooklyn. Masterpieces not only on public walls, but also on the floor, roofs, trucks and street-signs, created by some superb artists such as Invader, Tristan Eaton, Pixel Pancho, Ron English, Buff Monster and Brolga
Suggested Links: http://streetartnyc.org/