Wednesday, April 23, 2008

On a Lighter Note . . .





Apparently this awesome piece of street art is just a couple of blocks from my house! I'm on my way to check it out!

Source

15 comments:

Thumb Biter said...

OH MY GOD WHEREWHEREWHERE????
haha that's awesome!!

Kirsten Miller said...

The photographer said it's on 9th Street west of 2nd Ave.

International Mastermind said...

Woow.... at first I thought it was just a pipe that someone took a pic of and did little digi-things to online. I'm like, "So, she's going to go admire a black pipe?" Then i clicked the link and saw in detail. Ha!

ss chick said...

o mi gawd! thats totally rad. in wyoming theres no street art. =`( so sad and boring here... HELP ME!!!

Raph said...

THAT IS THE COOLEST THING EVER. xD
It looks like pixels. ^^

Anonymous said...

I dont get it... how did he make that? I dont see any link...

Anonymous said...

oh, haha never mind :) found the link... thats so cool!!

Anonymous said...

hmmm... it looks like what international mastermind said... exept I clicked on the link and couldnt see a difference. what is it made of?

Anonymous said...

Whoa! How did they DO that? Awesome! some people have such given talents - why can't I? I swear, I want to go to New York JUST to see all of the street art!

Kiki/Ananka/Kirsten: Awesome! You live just a block away from 9th Street west of 2nd Ave.? Don't worry - I'm not a stalker. (lol) But I do guess that I could have just look back at your privious posts when you were still doing the Iris contest and you told us where to snail mail our pics....

~Skyla

Anonymous said...

um excuse me 9th between 2nd and 3rd? I believe that I live EXACTLY one block away from that location. how did i miss this??? is it still there and is it made of legos?

Kitty said...

Whoa, how did that person draw THAT!?!?

Thumb Biter said...

Another NYer on the blog?
Haha. I'm trying to find time to go there before break ends, maybe today...:P

Marinovska said...

where? what street? i'm a new yorker!!! i can get there FAST!

--Zero

Anonymous said...

Isn't that against Earth Day? I mean, water left running?

Anyway... All you NYC-ers are so lucky!! I have street art here, but it's not that awesome. (I live in SF, people are more busy saving the planet, fighting for gay rights, and starting new religions to created street art-LOL, just kidding, SF has some fantastic street art, all of it is paintings though, no scultors.

E-star said...

I think you should enter the page www.gatukonst.se if you like that. I'm sorry, the page is in Swedish, but you can always look at the pictures, right?