Girls on Walls in NYC, Part I: Cekis, Chris Stain, Cro, Dasic, Elle, Shiro & Toofly

February 18, 2012

From the playful to the poignant, dozens of girls — and women too — grace the walls of New York City.  Here’s a sampling of some that are currently part of NYC’s visual landscape:

Cekis close-up in downtown Brooklyn

"Cekis street art in Brooklyn"

Chris Stain close-up in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

 Cro stencil in West Harlem

"Cro stencil in Harlem"

Dasic portrait in the South Bronx

"Dasic street art in the Bronx"

Elle paste-up in Chelsea

"Elle paste-up in Chelsea"

Shiro in Bushwick, Brooklyn

"Shiro street art in Brooklyn"

Toofly mural in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

"Toofly street art in Williamsburg, Brooklyn"

Photos by Street Art NYC, Lenny Collado & Dani Mozeson


{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Candice March 19, 2012 at 1:17 pm

Hey these are GREAT. Where is the Bronx one located exactly? I’m doing a history project on Bronx graffiti and need to find some really nice street art.


lois March 19, 2012 at 2:37 pm

The Dasic wall is off Bryant Avenue between Randall and Oak Point. Check this out —> There is a Street Art NYC iPhone App with over 420 street art locations in New York City!


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