FIT Chalk 2017: Dan Shefelman, C. G. Esperanza, Victor A. Saint-Hilaire, Aesopslucy, Yuchen Zhao, Avocadot, Victoria White & Lady Brown

December 23, 2017

Among the most intriguing walls in Manhattan’s Chelsea are those on 28th Street between 7th and 8th Avenues. Fashioned by members of the FIT community, they can be viewed 24/7. The alligator pictured above was painted by FIT Illustration Professor Dan Shefelman and the mysterious character to its right by Victor A. Saint-Hilaire. Here are several more images captured this past week on that block:

 Charles George Esperanza and Victor A. Saint-Hilaire


Yuchen Zhao, close-up

Avocadot and Victoria White

Sandrine KT StLouis aka Lady Brown

Photos by Lois Stavsky

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Dan shefelman December 24, 2017 at 5:08 am

That’s my Gator. I’m Professor @danshefelman who created #ChalkFIT and who’s also been meaning for a year to go sign my piece! Thanks as always for the props on our work. We love how it connects with the community and beyond. More to come on the 28th St wall. The plan is to knock it down for the new FIT academic building. I’m hoping for a Tear down this Wall type event maybe in 2018


Lois Stavsky December 25, 2017 at 3:19 am

Ah! I was wondering about that. That wall on 28th is great! ‘will add info!


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