Williamspoint Photos Du Jour: Made Off

March 21, 2009 ·
Filed under: Greenpoint Magic, Street Art, Williamsburg 

booksnbrain

aig-on-north-6-streetnys

aig1

North 6th Street, Williamsburg

aigvu

doheroin

Bedford Avenue, Williamsburg

bernie

Yes kids, that’s a bigass portrait of Bernie Madoff being rolled down Franklin Street. The man behind the Madoff (and the dolley) is none other than Paul Richard. At last we met!  He was a very nice guy— if a bit coy.* He told me this portrait was purchased by a collector on the Upper East Side. Is this true? I’ll leave that up to you, dear readers, to decide.

Miss Heather

*It should be noted that he seemed very happy to know the shit-laden manties on West Street were holding up.

Williamspoint Photos Du Jour: The Word On The Street

February 22, 2009 ·
Filed under: Brooklyn, Greenpoint Magic, Street Art, Williamsburg 

hellobrooklynnys

suckcocknys

sextime

From Keap Street.

empirecity

From Marcy Avenue.

imperialwalker

diaperservice

sloppymess

cat

From Grand Street.

incanadanys

From North 9th Street.

ohshit

From Meserole Avenue.

Miss Heather

P.S.: This one goes out to my ex-boyfriend Rich. Not only is he a married man now but he and his wife are expecting their first child. Congratulations Rich! You were (and still are) a real peach.

Williamsburg Photo Du Jour: Street Cat

February 9, 2009 ·
Filed under: Crazy Cat Lady, Street Art, Williamsburg 

streetcatnys

From Lorimer Street.

Miss Heather

North Brooklyn Street Art Du Jour: Holy Trinity

February 6, 2009 ·
Filed under: Street Art, Williamsburg 

lsenys

From North 6th Street.

Miss Heather

Williamsburg Photos Du Jour: It’s Britney, Bitch!

February 5, 2009 ·
Filed under: Street Art, Williamsburg 

britonn6thnys

North 6th Street.

indreamsnys

Bedford Avenue.

Miss Heather

Art At Alphabeta

December 8, 2008 ·
Filed under: Greenpoint Magic, Street Art 

I have been incredibly remiss in writing this post. I had planned to do so this weekend but life (a birthday party, losing my cell phone and antics of the feline kind) intervened. At long last, here it goes.

Jason Maas (the creator of the above mural) writes:

I am a williamsburg artist (just moved from greenpoint a few months ago) who just recently began doing murals on the streets, doing my best to keep the “art” in “street art.” I recently painted a mural at Alphabeta… (I’ve attached the a pic of the mural, 20’x20′ house paint and spray paint)… The concept behind these paintings is that these are the colors I see when I close my eyes, all the paintings are photos of friends, so the idea is that I look at a photograph and close my eyes and this is what i see.. kind of like conceptualized nostalgia.

Unfortunately by the time I finally made it Alphabeta to see Jason’s work in situ (Alphabeta’s courtyard) they had already commenced covering it up with another mural. However, you can see more of his work at his web site. Do give it a look-see, some of it is quite lovely. The previous having been said I did not walk away disappointed; there was plenty of other nifty artwork for the delectation.

This bald eagle tickled my fancy.

My friend across the creek will be interested to know the above-depicted gentleman is a big, big fan of his blog.

But without argument the most stunning work to be found was in the gallery. The show was entitled “La Santa Lucha” by an artist whose nom de plume is “El Hose”.

Simply put “La Santa Lucha” is a mixed media installation featuring approximately twenty images of saints. But the individual works of art are anything but simple.

El Hose’s work is absolutely beautiful —albeit in a grotesque way. But given the subject matter he is working with (the lives of the saints are hardly Walt Disney material after all) the style is completely appropriate. I would strongly recommend that you, dear readers, swing by and see this show in person. Photography does not do this work justice.

La Santa Lucha
Alphabeta
60 Greenpoint Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11222

Miss Heather

UPDATE 12/10/08: This show has been taken down. 🙁

Manhattan Photos Du Jour: I <3 The East Village

December 8, 2008 ·
Filed under: Canine Waste Law, Dog Shit Signage, Manhattan, Street Art 

St. Mark’s Place

East 9th Street

East 11th Street

Union Square

Third Avenue

Miss Heather

Chinatown Photo Du Jour: Spock Monroe

December 7, 2008 ·
Filed under: Manhattan, Street Art 

From Kenmare Street.

Miss Heather

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