How and Nosm

This is the tenth in an occasional series of posts featuring the range of faces in different media that have surfaced in NYC public spaces:

New Zealand-based Owen Dippie in Bushwick, Brooklyn

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UK-based multimedia artist Ryan Gander on the High Line

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Alice Mizrachi, captured at work this past June in the East Village

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How & Nosm and Tristan Eaton in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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German artist Hendrik Beikirch aka ECB in Bushwick, Brooklyn

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Bogota-based Australian artist Crisp in Brooklyn

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Chris Soria and Joel Bergner aka Joel Artista in Bushwick, Brooklyn

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Hong Kong-based Caratoes in Bushwick, Brooklyn

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Photo credits: 1, 4 & 5 Lois Stavsky; 2 & 8 Dani Reyes Mozeson; 3, 6 & 7 Tara Murray

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This past Saturday, David Gonzalez, award-winning journalist, photographer and co-editor of the New York Times photoblog, Lens, led a group of Instagramers on a walk through Hunts Point, introducing us to works by some of its legendary graffiti artists and muralists. Here are a few images StreetArtNYC captured on Instagram:

Tats Cru with How and Nosm, close-up

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Nicer, Tats Cru with Instagramer Sarah Sansom aka catscoffeecreativity seated

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Ces

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Daze

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Crash, who also shared some Hunts Point history with us, in front of his mural

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David Gonzalez leads the way to the Point, Tats Cru‘s headquarters

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Artist-at-work at the Point

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David Gonzalez (left), Whitney Richardson (center), James Estrin (right) and Kerri MacDonald (top) of The New York Times at the Point

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Renowned photojournalist Martha Cooper, also on the walk, shared with us some photos she had taken of the trains in key spots over 30 years ago, and she captured us all here.

Note: You can check out the Instagram hashtag #NYTBronxWalk for more images from Saturday’s tour.

Photos by Lois Stavsky

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The following post is by Houda Lazrak, a contributor to StreetArtNYC and an M.A. candidate in Museum Studies at NYU.

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Founded in 2010, Underdogs is a Lisbon-based gallery and cultural platform that offers unprecedented visibility to public art in Portugal’s capital city. Here are a few images I captured while on the tour offered by Underdogs, an integral part of its public art program:

Portuguese artist Vhils and Italian artist Pixel Pancho   

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Brazilian twins Os Gemeos; Italian artist Blu on detail on right

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Polish artist Sainer of the Etam Cru

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Brazilian artist Nunca

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West Coast-based Cyrclesegment of larger mural

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NYC-based European artists How & Nosm, large segment of huge mural

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All photos by Houda Lazrak

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A range of curious characters have found a home on the streets of NYC. This is the third of our occasional series:

Nychos and Smithe at the Bushwick Collective

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Smithe getting his characters up earlier this year — in Bushwick

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Media Unit in Bushwick

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Unidentified artist in East Village garden

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Craig Anthony Miller aka CAM in Dumbo

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Galo in Williamsburg

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How & Nosm and R. Nicholas Kuszyk aka R. Robot in Williamsburg

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 Kingbee, Pose 2 and Chemis in East Harlem

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Photos by Dani Reyes Mozeson, Tara Murray & Lois Stavsky

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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

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How and Nosm, close-up in the South Bronx

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ND’A in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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Cern and Lee Quiñones in Fort Greene, Brooklyn

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Carlos Pinto in Flatbush, Brooklyn

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Paul Richard in the East Village — on the pavement

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ECB on the Lower East Side

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Photos by Dani Mozeson, Tara Murray and Lois Stavsky

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This is the fourth in an occasional series of artwork on NYC shutters by both local artists and those visiting from abroad:

England’s Ben Eine and Sweet Toof — as seen in the snow this past Sunday in Bushwick, Brooklyn

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Sweet Toof of the London-based Burning Candy Crew at Welling Court in Astoria, Queens

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Muck123 and UFO on Manhattan’s Lower East Side

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Darkclouds, Deeker & Flying Fortress at Welling Court in Astoria, Queens

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How and Nosm on East 14th Street in Manhattan

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How and Nosm at Hunts Point in the Bronx 

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Carlos Pinto does Bob Marley in Flatbush, Brooklyn

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Beau on Manhattan’s Lower East Side

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And — Pixote bringing stylish Brazilian writing to the streets of NYC

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

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Some of the most mesmerizing and enigmatic pieces by the Perre twins aka How and Nosm can be found on the walls of Hunts Point’s industrial district in the South Bronx. Here are a few close-ups:

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"How and Nosm street art in the South Bronx"

Photos by Street Art NYC

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