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Following are a few more images from Ad Hoc Art’‘s wonderful Fifth Annual Welling Court Mural Project, along with a brief interview with its director, Garrison Buxton.

cern street art welling court mural project astoria queens NYC Ad Hoc Art’s Fifth Annual Welling Court Mural Project — Part II:  Cern, R. Robot, KR One, Ryan Seslow & Cake, Mr. Prvrt and See One

Can you tell us something about the birth of the Welling Court Mural Project? When and how did it all begin?

Jonathan Ellis, a Welling Court resident, came up with the idea for the project over five years ago. He had his wife, Georgiana, were looking to improve their block.  We were introduced through a mutual friend who suggested they contact me.

R Robot street art welling court nyc Ad Hoc Art’s Fifth Annual Welling Court Mural Project — Part II:  Cern, R. Robot, KR One, Ryan Seslow & Cake, Mr. Prvrt and See One

What was the first mural to go up? And when was the first festival held?

While visiting from Poland in 2009, M-City painted Welling Court’s first mural.  The first festival was held in June 2009.

KR 1 graffiti art Ad Hoc Art’s Fifth Annual Welling Court Mural Project — Part II:  Cern, R. Robot, KR One, Ryan Seslow & Cake, Mr. Prvrt and See One

What was the community’s response to it?

The response was wonderful. The entire community participated and loved it. Just about everyone prepared food to share and loved how the artists transformed their neighborhood.

ryan seslow and cake street art welling court nyc Ad Hoc Art’s Fifth Annual Welling Court Mural Project — Part II:  Cern, R. Robot, KR One, Ryan Seslow & Cake, Mr. Prvrt and See One

And now five years later, it’s even more wonderful than ever.

Yes, when we first began, 44 artists participated. This year there are over twice as many, including members of the community. We’ve continued to keep it grassroots.

Mr. PRVRT street art welling court mural project nyc Ad Hoc Art’s Fifth Annual Welling Court Mural Project — Part II:  Cern, R. Robot, KR One, Ryan Seslow & Cake, Mr. Prvrt and See One

How far in advance do you begin organizing each year’s festival?

We usually start in February, but we want to begin planning earlier.

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What would you say is your greatest challenge?

The mere organization and the delegation of the different responsibilities.

The vibe here is wonderful. What a great model you are for other communities! 

Yes! It’s about the power of art to create positive social change.

Photos by Dani Reyes Mozeson and Lois Stavsky

1. Cern  

2. R. Nicholas Kuszyk aka R. Robot 

3. Louie “KR.ONE” Gasparro 

4. Ryan Seslow and Jennifer Caviola aka Cake

5. Mr. Prvrt

6. See One

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Cern art Piece  Robert Aloia Brings His Curatorial Vision to shny with Cern, Matthew Denton Burrows, Icy and Sot, Leah Weber, Leo Uzai and many more

Piece, a wonderfully eclectic exhibit featuring a range of artworks from sketches to completed pieces, remains on exhibit at Spreadhouse through March 28 at 116 Suffolk Street on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. While most of the artists are familiar to us street art aficionados, some simply have a distinctly urban or outsider sensibility. Curious as to what was going on here, I posed some questions to Robert Aloia who spearheaded the show.

This is a great venue here. Can you tell us something about it?

It is an all-around creative space launched by the film production company, Spreadhouse, aka shny.

Matthew Denton Burrows  Robert Aloia Brings His Curatorial Vision to shny with Cern, Matthew Denton Burrows, Icy and Sot, Leah Weber, Leo Uzai and many more

How did you discover it? It’s the perfect space to showcase art and its location is ideal.

My friend, the artist Peter Passuntino, had an exhibit here last month, curated by his son Greg. It was the first art show at shny and it introduced me to this space.

Icy and Sot stencil art piece  Robert Aloia Brings His Curatorial Vision to shny with Cern, Matthew Denton Burrows, Icy and Sot, Leah Weber, Leo Uzai and many more

What is the concept behind Piece?

This exhibit is my way to showcase this space at Spreadhouse and to give viewers a glimpse into the creative process – from inspiration to finished product. Many of the pieces were created right here!

Leah Weber artwork  Robert Aloia Brings His Curatorial Vision to shny with Cern, Matthew Denton Burrows, Icy and Sot, Leah Weber, Leo Uzai and many more

Among the dozens of artists featured here are many who are active on the streets and others who are new to me. How did you hook up with so many talented folks?

Friends and friends of friends and assistant curators.

Leo Uzai  Robert Aloia Brings His Curatorial Vision to shny with Cern, Matthew Denton Burrows, Icy and Sot, Leah Weber, Leo Uzai and many more

What’s ahead?

We’re at work on a number of wide-ranging exhibits. But you can expect to see some street art elements in all of them.

That sounds great. Good luck!

Images: 1. Cern  2. Matthew Denton Burrows  3. Icy and Sot  4. Leah Weber and 5. Leo Uzai

Photos of images by Lois Stavsky

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Outdoor Gallery street art 2 Yoav Litvins Outdoor Gallery NYC Moves Indoors to 17 Frost with Enzo and Nio, Cern, Billy Mode, Alice Mizrachi, Chris Stain, Bishop203, Icy and Sot, ÑEWMERICA and more

Currently on view at 17 Frost is an exhibit of artwork by artists featured in Yoav Litvin’s remarkable book, Outdoor Gallery NYC. While visiting the exhibit on Thursday afternoon, we had the opportunity to speak to Yoav: 

This exhibit is in many ways a reflection of your book. It is wonderfully eclectic.

Yes, like the book Outdoor Gallery NYC, it celebrates the diversity of the incredible range of street art that surfaces in NYC’s public spaces.

Enzo and Nio in Outdoor Gallery NYC  Yoav Litvins Outdoor Gallery NYC Moves Indoors to 17 Frost with Enzo and Nio, Cern, Billy Mode, Alice Mizrachi, Chris Stain, Bishop203, Icy and Sot, ÑEWMERICA and more

How did you connect with all of these artists – whose works are featured in your book and in this Outdoor Gallery NYC exhibit?

I initially met most of them through encountering their works on our streets. I further connected with them via Facebook or Instagram.

Cern Outdoor Gallery NYC Yoav Litvins Outdoor Gallery NYC Moves Indoors to 17 Frost with Enzo and Nio, Cern, Billy Mode, Alice Mizrachi, Chris Stain, Bishop203, Icy and Sot, ÑEWMERICA and more

Can you tell us something about the process from the time you had your resources – your photos and interviews — to the actual production of the book?

Working with the designer, Steve Mosier, I created a template for a book. I then presented my concept to about 30 publishers. In late summer, I signed a contract with Gingko Press, my first choice.  The first copies of the book became available last week.

Billy Mode Outdoor Gallery NYC Yoav Litvins Outdoor Gallery NYC Moves Indoors to 17 Frost with Enzo and Nio, Cern, Billy Mode, Alice Mizrachi, Chris Stain, Bishop203, Icy and Sot, ÑEWMERICA and more

The book looks wonderful, and your book launch party was quite remarkable. We’ve heard that folks waited on line for hours to get in.

Yes, that was quite humbling. And I feel grateful to everyone.

Alice Mizrachi Outdoor Gallery NYC Yoav Litvins Outdoor Gallery NYC Moves Indoors to 17 Frost with Enzo and Nio, Cern, Billy Mode, Alice Mizrachi, Chris Stain, Bishop203, Icy and Sot, ÑEWMERICA and more

To what do you attribute the incredible success of the book launch?

My sense is that folks appreciate my particular approach. I have deep respect for all of the artists who share their works with us in public spaces. I admire their visions and their skills. I particularly love the way they challenge conventions.

Chris Stain Outdoor Gallery NYC 2 Yoav Litvins Outdoor Gallery NYC Moves Indoors to 17 Frost with Enzo and Nio, Cern, Billy Mode, Alice Mizrachi, Chris Stain, Bishop203, Icy and Sot, ÑEWMERICA and more

You are a scientist, as well as a photographer and street art documentarian. Has your background as a scientist affected the way you approach street art?

I suppose it has. It is essential that my research and findings remain “clean” and unbiased. I am interested in presenting something that is important not only on a local level, but on a global one, as well.

Bishop203 Outdoor Gallery NYC Yoav Litvins Outdoor Gallery NYC Moves Indoors to 17 Frost with Enzo and Nio, Cern, Billy Mode, Alice Mizrachi, Chris Stain, Bishop203, Icy and Sot, ÑEWMERICA and more

In what ways has this project impacted you?

I feel that I’ve developed a distinct personal style and approach to documenting street art.

Icy and Sot Outdoor Gallery NYC Yoav Litvins Outdoor Gallery NYC Moves Indoors to 17 Frost with Enzo and Nio, Cern, Billy Mode, Alice Mizrachi, Chris Stain, Bishop203, Icy and Sot, ÑEWMERICA and more

If you had the opportunity to spend time in another city and work on a similar “Outdoor Gallery” project, which city would you choose to visit?

I’d probably choose São Paulo, Brazil.

NewMerica1 Yoav Litvins Outdoor Gallery NYC Moves Indoors to 17 Frost with Enzo and Nio, Cern, Billy Mode, Alice Mizrachi, Chris Stain, Bishop203, Icy and Sot, ÑEWMERICA and more

The exhibit, curated by Yoav Litvin with Royce Bannon, continues through March 8 at 17 Frost Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Yoav can be contacted at yoavlitvin@gmail.com; for updates, visit the book’s Facebook page.

Interview with Yoav Litvin conducted at 17 Frost by City-as-School intern Anna Loucka with Lois Stavsky; photos of artworks by Lois Stavsky. 1. Exterior of 17 Frost painted by Bishop203, elsol25 and Royce Bannon; 2 .Enzo & Nio, Retro Bomba; 3. Cern, Jardim Electrico; 4. Billy Mode, Love; 5. Alice Mizrachi, Queen, close-up; 6. Chris Stain, Up in the Bronx; 7. Bishop203, Jesus Christ Superstar;  8. Icy and Sot, Race and 9. ÑEWMERICA, small segment of collaborative mural 

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Dariel Mtz and Zoe Beatwoman Exit Room  Exit Room: A New Bushwick Art Gallery & Cultural Space Presents Outsight In w/Danielle Mastrion, Nepo, Ricardo Cabret, Cern & Rimx

The brainchild of Dariel Mtz and Daniela Croci aka Zoe, Exit Room is more than just another art gallery. Located at 270 Meserole Street, minutes away from the Montrose Ave. stop on the L train and next door to the Well, it serves as an incubator and showcase for film productions, spoken word performances, musical presentations, as well as for visual art. The current exhibit, Outsight In, features works by RimxDanielle Mastrion, Nepo, Ricardo Cabret and Cern – all providing “insights through outside perspectives.”  Here’s a sampling:

Danielle Mastrion

Danielle Mastrion installation Exit Room Exit Room: A New Bushwick Art Gallery & Cultural Space Presents Outsight In w/Danielle Mastrion, Nepo, Ricardo Cabret, Cern & Rimx

Nepo

Nepo art installation Exit Room Exit Room: A New Bushwick Art Gallery & Cultural Space Presents Outsight In w/Danielle Mastrion, Nepo, Ricardo Cabret, Cern & Rimx

Ricardo Cabret

Ricardo Cabret art Exit Room Exit Room: A New Bushwick Art Gallery & Cultural Space Presents Outsight In w/Danielle Mastrion, Nepo, Ricardo Cabret, Cern & Rimx

Cern, close-up

Cern art work Exit Room Exit Room: A New Bushwick Art Gallery & Cultural Space Presents Outsight In w/Danielle Mastrion, Nepo, Ricardo Cabret, Cern & Rimx

Rimx, close-up

Rimx art at Exit Room Exit Room: A New Bushwick Art Gallery & Cultural Space Presents Outsight In w/Danielle Mastrion, Nepo, Ricardo Cabret, Cern & Rimx

Exit Room is open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 5pm to 8pm; keep posted to Exit Room’s Facebook page for news of upcoming events, including a video program on Thursday, January 16.

Photo of Dariel and Daniela by Stefano Ortega; Rimx, courtesy of Dariel; all others by Lois Stavsky

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This is the eleventh in a series of posts featuring images of girls — and women — who grace New York City’s public spaces:

Cern in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Cern street art Williamsburg NYC Girls on Walls, Part XI: Cern, Judith Supine, Cake, Djalouz and Doudou, Bunny M, Groundswell Mural Project and Kimyon Huggins

Judith Supine in Greenpoint, Brooklyn

Judith Supine street art Greenpoint NYC Girls on Walls, Part XI: Cern, Judith Supine, Cake, Djalouz and Doudou, Bunny M, Groundswell Mural Project and Kimyon Huggins

Cake in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Cake street art in Williamsburg Girls on Walls, Part XI: Cern, Judith Supine, Cake, Djalouz and Doudou, Bunny M, Groundswell Mural Project and Kimyon Huggins

Parisian artists Djalouz and Doudou at 5Pointz in Long Island City, Queens

Djalouz and Doudou street art at 5Pointz NYC  Girls on Walls, Part XI: Cern, Judith Supine, Cake, Djalouz and Doudou, Bunny M, Groundswell Mural Project and Kimyon Huggins

Bunny M in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Bunny M steet art NYC Girls on Walls, Part XI: Cern, Judith Supine, Cake, Djalouz and Doudou, Bunny M, Groundswell Mural Project and Kimyon Huggins

A Groundswell Mural Project with Crystal Clarity as lead artist in Hunts Point, the Bronx

Groundswell Mural Project Crystal Clarity 2 Girls on Walls, Part XI: Cern, Judith Supine, Cake, Djalouz and Doudou, Bunny M, Groundswell Mural Project and Kimyon Huggins

Kimyon Huggins in Manhattan

kimyon huggins street art nyc Girls on Walls, Part XI: Cern, Judith Supine, Cake, Djalouz and Doudou, Bunny M, Groundswell Mural Project and Kimyon Huggins

Photos of Cern, Bunny M and Kimyon Huggins by Dani Reyes Mozesonof Judith Supine, Cake, Djalouz and Doudou, Groundswell Mural Project and Kimyon Huggins by Lois Stavsky

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Boone Avene graffiti and street art Bronx NYC Boone Avenue Refashioned    Part I: Marthalicia Matarrita, Cern, Lady K. Fever, Cope2, UR New York, Skeme, Reme, Chris RWK & more

It’s been busy up on Boone Avenue near the Sheridan Expressway in the Bronx these past few days. Here are a few images captured yesterday during its current transformation:

Marthalicia Matarrita 

Marthalicia Matarrita street art Bronx Boone Avenue Refashioned    Part I: Marthalicia Matarrita, Cern, Lady K. Fever, Cope2, UR New York, Skeme, Reme, Chris RWK & more

Cern and Lady Fever at work

Lady K Fever and Cern Boone Avenue Refashioned    Part I: Marthalicia Matarrita, Cern, Lady K. Fever, Cope2, UR New York, Skeme, Reme, Chris RWK & more

Cope2

Cope Boone Avenue Refashioned    Part I: Marthalicia Matarrita, Cern, Lady K. Fever, Cope2, UR New York, Skeme, Reme, Chris RWK & more

Fernando Romero aka Ski at work

Baca paints graffiti Bronx NYC Boone Avenue Refashioned    Part I: Marthalicia Matarrita, Cern, Lady K. Fever, Cope2, UR New York, Skeme, Reme, Chris RWK & more

Skeme, Reme at work and Chris RWK

Skeme Reme Chris RWK graffiti and street art Bronx Boone Avenue Refashioned    Part I: Marthalicia Matarrita, Cern, Lady K. Fever, Cope2, UR New York, Skeme, Reme, Chris RWK & more

 All photos by Tara Murray. Part II to follow.

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This is the fourth in an ongoing series featuring the range of faces that surface daily in NYC’s open spaces:

Alice Mizrachi aka AM at the Bushwick Collective

Alice Mizrachi street art Bk Collective NYC Faces in NYC Public Spaces, Part IV: Alice Mizrachi, How & Nosm, NDA, Cern & Lee Quiñones, Carlos Pinto, Paul Richard and ECB

How and Nosm, close-up in the South Bronx

How Nosm street art Bronx NYC Faces in NYC Public Spaces, Part IV: Alice Mizrachi, How & Nosm, NDA, Cern & Lee Quiñones, Carlos Pinto, Paul Richard and ECB

ND’A in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

NDA rooftop art in Williamsburg Brooklyn Faces in NYC Public Spaces, Part IV: Alice Mizrachi, How & Nosm, NDA, Cern & Lee Quiñones, Carlos Pinto, Paul Richard and ECB

Cern and Lee Quiñones in Fort Greene, Brooklyn

Cern and Lee Quinones street art in NYC Faces in NYC Public Spaces, Part IV: Alice Mizrachi, How & Nosm, NDA, Cern & Lee Quiñones, Carlos Pinto, Paul Richard and ECB

Carlos Pinto in Flatbush, Brooklyn

Carlos Pinto street art in Brooklyn NYC Faces in NYC Public Spaces, Part IV: Alice Mizrachi, How & Nosm, NDA, Cern & Lee Quiñones, Carlos Pinto, Paul Richard and ECB

Paul Richard in the East Village — on the pavement

Paul Richard south Bronx 2 Faces in NYC Public Spaces, Part IV: Alice Mizrachi, How & Nosm, NDA, Cern & Lee Quiñones, Carlos Pinto, Paul Richard and ECB

ECB on the Lower East Side

ECB street art in NYC Faces in NYC Public Spaces, Part IV: Alice Mizrachi, How & Nosm, NDA, Cern & Lee Quiñones, Carlos Pinto, Paul Richard and ECB

Photos by Dani Mozeson, Tara Murray and Lois Stavsky

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Damien Miksza Cern QRST Centre fuge Public Art Project NYC Centre Fuge Public Art Project — Cycle 9 with: Cern, Damien, QRST, Cassie Lynn O’Neal, Cake, Caroline Caldwell, Royce Bannon & Korn

The once-abandoned trailer on East 1st Street off 1st Avenue in Manhattan’s East Village has once again been transformed into an intriguing canvas of urban art. Here are a few images we captured these past few days from Cycle 9 of the Centre-Fuge Public Art Project.

Cern at work

Cern paints Centre fuge Public Art Project Centre Fuge Public Art Project — Cycle 9 with: Cern, Damien, QRST, Cassie Lynn O’Neal, Cake, Caroline Caldwell, Royce Bannon & Korn

Cern, close-up

Cern Centre fuge street art close up NYC Centre Fuge Public Art Project — Cycle 9 with: Cern, Damien, QRST, Cassie Lynn O’Neal, Cake, Caroline Caldwell, Royce Bannon & Korn

Damien Miksza at work

Damien Miksza Centre fuge public Art Project NYC Centre Fuge Public Art Project — Cycle 9 with: Cern, Damien, QRST, Cassie Lynn O’Neal, Cake, Caroline Caldwell, Royce Bannon & Korn

QRST at work

QRST Centre fuge Public Art Project NYC Centre Fuge Public Art Project — Cycle 9 with: Cern, Damien, QRST, Cassie Lynn O’Neal, Cake, Caroline Caldwell, Royce Bannon & Korn

Cassie Lynn O’Neal at work

Cassie Lynn O’Neal Centre fuge Public Art Project NYC Centre Fuge Public Art Project — Cycle 9 with: Cern, Damien, QRST, Cassie Lynn O’Neal, Cake, Caroline Caldwell, Royce Bannon & Korn

 Cake — close-up

Cake close up Centre fuge NYC Centre Fuge Public Art Project — Cycle 9 with: Cern, Damien, QRST, Cassie Lynn O’Neal, Cake, Caroline Caldwell, Royce Bannon & Korn

Caroline Caldwell at work

Caroline Caldwell Centre fuge Public Art Project NYC Centre Fuge Public Art Project — Cycle 9 with: Cern, Damien, QRST, Cassie Lynn O’Neal, Cake, Caroline Caldwell, Royce Bannon & Korn

Royce Bannon at work on collaborative piece with Korn

Royce Bannon Korn Centre fuge NYC Centre Fuge Public Art Project — Cycle 9 with: Cern, Damien, QRST, Cassie Lynn O’Neal, Cake, Caroline Caldwell, Royce Bannon & Korn

The curatorial vision of Pebbles Russell and Jonathan Nevillethe Centre-Fuge Public Art Project was conceived in 2011 in memory of Mike Hamm.  Submissions to Cycle 10 — due by August 26th – can be sent to centrefuge@gmail.com. Keep posted to our Facebook page for more images from Cycle 9

All photos by Tara Murray, except for final photo by Lois Stavsky.

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This is the third in an ongoing series featuring the range of faces that surface daily on NYC’s public spaces:

Pose and Revok on the Bowery and Houston, close-up

Pose Revok graffiti street art NYC Faces in NYC Public Spaces, Part III: Pose & Revok, Ever, Vexta, Cern, Mata Ruda & NDA, Crystal Clarity, Danielle Mastrion and Phetus

Argentinian artist Ever on Williamsburg rooftop, close-up

Ever street art in NYC Faces in NYC Public Spaces, Part III: Pose & Revok, Ever, Vexta, Cern, Mata Ruda & NDA, Crystal Clarity, Danielle Mastrion and Phetus

Australian artist Vexta at Welling Court in Astoria, Queens

Vexta street art at Welling Court NYC Faces in NYC Public Spaces, Part III: Pose & Revok, Ever, Vexta, Cern, Mata Ruda & NDA, Crystal Clarity, Danielle Mastrion and Phetus

Cern on truck spotted on Manhattan’s Upper West Side

Cern street art on NYC truck Faces in NYC Public Spaces, Part III: Pose & Revok, Ever, Vexta, Cern, Mata Ruda & NDA, Crystal Clarity, Danielle Mastrion and Phetus

Mata Ruda and ND’A at Welling Court in Astoria, Queens

mats tuda and NDA at welling court 2 Faces in NYC Public Spaces, Part III: Pose & Revok, Ever, Vexta, Cern, Mata Ruda & NDA, Crystal Clarity, Danielle Mastrion and Phetus

Crystal Clarity on Lower East Side rooftop

crystal clarity street art on NYC rooftop Faces in NYC Public Spaces, Part III: Pose & Revok, Ever, Vexta, Cern, Mata Ruda & NDA, Crystal Clarity, Danielle Mastrion and Phetus

Danielle Mastrion with signature by El Niño de las Pinturas at 5Pointz in Long Island City, Queens

danielle Mastrionstreet art portrait at 5Pointz 2 Faces in NYC Public Spaces, Part III: Pose & Revok, Ever, Vexta, Cern, Mata Ruda & NDA, Crystal Clarity, Danielle Mastrion and Phetus

 Phetus in Bushwick, Brooklyn

phetus graffiti characters in Brooklyn NYC Faces in NYC Public Spaces, Part III: Pose & Revok, Ever, Vexta, Cern, Mata Ruda & NDA, Crystal Clarity, Danielle Mastrion and Phetus

Photos by Lenny Collado, Dani Mozeson, Tara Murray & Lois Stavsky

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The Welling Court Mural Project officially launched its fourth year yesterday with a wide array of wonderful walls fashioned by a remarkable range of artists.  Here are a few of the dozens that continue to alter the visual landscape of this Queens community:

Icy and Sot — wall in progress

icy and sot mural art at welling court1 A Whirl of Walls Marks Welling Court Mural Projects Opening Festivities: with Icy & Sot, Chris Cardinale, Vexta, Cern, Queen Andrea and more

Korel and Honexl Xi

Korrl Homexl xz A Whirl of Walls Marks Welling Court Mural Projects Opening Festivities: with Icy & Sot, Chris Cardinale, Vexta, Cern, Queen Andrea and more

Christopher Cardinale at work

Chris cardinale paints at welling court1 A Whirl of Walls Marks Welling Court Mural Projects Opening Festivities: with Icy & Sot, Chris Cardinale, Vexta, Cern, Queen Andrea and more

R. Nicholas Kuszyk

r robot at Welling Court A Whirl of Walls Marks Welling Court Mural Projects Opening Festivities: with Icy & Sot, Chris Cardinale, Vexta, Cern, Queen Andrea and more

Vexta at work

Vexta at welling court A Whirl of Walls Marks Welling Court Mural Projects Opening Festivities: with Icy & Sot, Chris Cardinale, Vexta, Cern, Queen Andrea and more

Cern

 

cern at welling court A Whirl of Walls Marks Welling Court Mural Projects Opening Festivities: with Icy & Sot, Chris Cardinale, Vexta, Cern, Queen Andrea and more

LMNOP

LMNOP paints at welling court A Whirl of Walls Marks Welling Court Mural Projects Opening Festivities: with Icy & Sot, Chris Cardinale, Vexta, Cern, Queen Andrea and more

Queen Andrea

queen andrea at welling court A Whirl of Walls Marks Welling Court Mural Projects Opening Festivities: with Icy & Sot, Chris Cardinale, Vexta, Cern, Queen Andrea and more

You can help fund Ad Hoc’s wonderful work in collaborating with members of the Welling Court community and the dozens of artists who made this project possible by making a donation here.

 Photos by Tara Murray

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