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This is the second in a series of posts showcasing NYC’s stylish stickers that surface on an array of public surfaces:

Tokyo native Lady Aiko

Aiko sticker art in NYC NYC’s Stylish Sticker Art — Part II: Aiko, Read, Choice Royce, Dont Fret, KA, MTK, Jos 1 and Zato

NYC-based Read

Read sticker art in NYC NYC’s Stylish Sticker Art — Part II: Aiko, Read, Choice Royce, Dont Fret, KA, MTK, Jos 1 and Zato

Harlem-born artist and curator Choice Royce

Royce NYC’s Stylish Sticker Art — Part II: Aiko, Read, Choice Royce, Dont Fret, KA, MTK, Jos 1 and Zato

Chicago-based Don’t Fret

New York City sticker art NYC’s Stylish Sticker Art — Part II: Aiko, Read, Choice Royce, Dont Fret, KA, MTK, Jos 1 and Zato

The ubiquitous KA and MTK 

KA NYC’s Stylish Sticker Art — Part II: Aiko, Read, Choice Royce, Dont Fret, KA, MTK, Jos 1 and Zato

Jos 1′s signature style

jos 1 sticker art in NYC NYC’s Stylish Sticker Art — Part II: Aiko, Read, Choice Royce, Dont Fret, KA, MTK, Jos 1 and Zato

Zato’s character in one of his many poses

Zato street art sticker in NYC NYC’s Stylish Sticker Art — Part II: Aiko, Read, Choice Royce, Dont Fret, KA, MTK, Jos 1 and Zato

 Photos by Lenny Collado, Dani Mozeson & Lois Stavsky

 

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One of our favorite public spaces that features street art is Woodward Gallery’s Project Space on Eldridge Street.  The most recent work to surface is Skewville’s. It replaces KA’s and MTK’s.

Skewville street art at Woodward Project Space NYC Skewville at Woodward Project Space on Manhattans Lower East Side

More after the jump!

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