Tristan Eaton

This is the 13th in a series of occasional posts featuring the range of faces that have surfaced in NYC open spaces:

Toofly at the Welling Court Mural Project in Astoria, Queens

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David Choe, close-up from his all-too-ephemeral mural on Bowery & Houston

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Cernesto at the Welling Court Mural Project in Astoria, Queens

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Tristan Eaton at Coney Art Walls

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See One in Long Island City for Arts Org

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Berlin-based Spanish artist Victor Landeta aka Aum in Bushwick

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 Photos by Lois Stavsky

Note: Hailed in a range of media from WideWalls to the Huffington Post to the New York Times, our Street Art NYC App is now available for Android devices here.

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Presenting a diverse range of mural art by over 30 local, national and global artists, Canvas 2016 has brought soul and spirit to Downtown West Palm Beach, transforming it into an intriguing outdoor museum. Pictured above is by Tristan Eaton. Here are several more images I captured this past Sunday:

Brazilian artist Sipros with the Dutch duo Pipsqueak, close-up

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Brazilian muralist Kobra does Albert Einstein, close-up

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Parisian artist Astro

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The German duo, Herakut, close-up — with a message

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German artist Case Maclaim

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Spanish muralists PichiAvo

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Photos by Lois Stavsky 

Note: Hailed in a range of media from Wide Walls to the Huffington Post to the New York Times, our Street Art NYC App is now available for Android devices here.

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In celebration of the captivating series Game of Thrones, HBO launched Art the Throne earlier this month with the release of visual dairies of CYRCLE, Tristan Eaton, Jeff Nishinaka, Marcos Chin and Pop Chart Lab reinterpreting key moments from the series. And last Wednesday evening the physical installations were displayed at New York City’s historical Angel Orensanz Foundation on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Here are a few more mages we captured at the event, along with the artists’ visual diaries:

Jeff Nishinaka, The Night’s King

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Jeff Nishinaka‘s visual diary

CYRCLE, Overthrone Crown

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CYRCLE‘s visual diary

Pop Chart Lab‘s The Red Wedding

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Pop Chart Lab‘s visual diary

Marcos Chin, Brienne of Tarth

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Marcos Chin‘s Visual Diary

Tristan Eaton, Portraits of Daenerys Targaryen, four in a series of six

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 Tristan Eaton‘s visual diary

Photo credits: 1, 2, 5 & 6 Houda Lazrak; 3 & 4 Sara C Mozeson

Note: Hailed in a range of media from the Huffington Post to the New York Times, our Street Art NYC App is now available for Android devices here.

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A stylistically diverse series of portraits of musicians  — ranging from Beethoven to David Bowie, RIP — can be found on NW 22nd and 1st Avenue in Wynwood. Curated by Tristan Eaton for Space 52, this mural project was presented by B&A during Art Basel Miami. Here are a few more of the beautifully executed portraits:

West Coast-based Esao Andrews does Bob Dylan

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West Coast-based Richard Henderson AKA Hauser does Ralf Hutter of Kraftwerk

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West Coast-based Drew Merritt does George Harrison 

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West Coast-based David Flores does David Bowie

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West Coast-based Cyrcle does Beethoven

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New Zealand-based Askew One does Billie Holiday

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Opening image: Project curator Tristan Eaton’s portrait of Afrika Bambaataa

Photos by Lois Stavsky

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Showcasing a range of works by first-rate artists, Downtown Detroit’s Belt Alley is a wondrous open-air gallery. Here are a few more images I captured on my recent visit to the Belt, a collaborative venture between Bedrock Real Estate Services and the Library Street Collective.

Chicago-based Pose, close-up

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 Miami-based Douglas Hoekzema aka Hoxxoh, close-up

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UK-based Hush

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West Coast-based Shepard Fairey aka Obey

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Portuguese artist Alexandre Farto aka Vhils

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West Coast-based Dave Kinsey, close-up

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The Belt is located between the two wings of The Z parking garage on Grand River and Gratiot Avenues in Downtown Detroit’s former garment district.

Note: First image is by West Coast-based Tristan Eaton

Photos by Lois Stavsky

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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 is the 16th in an occasional series of posts featuring images of girls — and women — who grace NYC public spaces:

Dasic Fernandez at the Bushwick Collective

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William Power in East New York

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Toofly in Astoria for the Welling Court Mural Project

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Jorit Agoch at the Bushwick Collective

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QRST in Bushwick

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Tristan Eaton in Little Italy for the LISA Project

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Zeso in Astoria for the Welling Court Mural Project

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JR in Nolita

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Ananda Nahu in Hunts Point, as seen on this past weekend’s #NYTBronxWalk

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Photo credits:  1, 2, 5, 7 & 9 Lois Stavsky 3, 6  Tara Murray 4 Courtesy Jorit Agoch & 8 Courtesy M18

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

Dasic — with Rubin in the background — at Hunts Point in the Bronx

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Tristan Eaton in NoLita

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Community mural in Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn, When Women Pursue Justice, since 2005

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LMNOP at Welling Court in Astoria, Queens

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Alice Mizrachi aka AM in East Harlem

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FKDL at the Bushwick Collective

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Gore at 5Pointz in Long Island City, Queens

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How and Nosm in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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Photos by Dani Mozeson, Tara Murray and Lois Stavsky

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

Los Angeles native Tristan Eaton in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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 Tokyo native Lady Aiko in Washington Heights, Manhattan

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Brooklyn-based Gilf! at Bushwick Five Points

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The legendary London-based Inkie at Bushwick Five Points

 Mexico City-based artist Paola Beck at Bushwick Five Points

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Colombia native Lorenzo Masnah in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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 Bronx-based artist Sien in Red Hook, Brooklyn

The wonderfully talented ND’A and OverUnder in the East Village

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Photos of Tristan Eaton, Gilf!, Paola Beck & Sien by Lois Stavsky; Lady Aiko, Lorenzo Masnah and OverUnder & ND’A by Lenny Collado; Inkie by Tara Murray

 

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Although Bushwick has evolved into Brooklyn’s largest free open-air gallery, Williamsburg remains home to a range of both sanctioned and unsanctioned street art and graffiti in an array of media and styles. Here’s a sampling of what we came upon yesterday:

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More after the jump!

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