NYC Pavement Art — from the Poetic to the Political: Hunt Rodriguez, stikman, Chris and Veng RWK, Anthony Lister and more

March 1, 2015

Even the pavement speaks here in NYC — with everything from intriguing images to poetic prose to political messages. Here’s a sampling:

Hunt Rodriguez in Bushwick

"Hunt Rodriguez"

stikman in Chelsea

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A political statement in Williamsburg

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Chris and Veng RWK in the East Village

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An excerpt from The Bell Jar, the only novel penned by the acclaimed American poet and writer Sylvia Plath

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Anthony Lister in Bushwick

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Unidentified stencil art on Chelsea sidewalk

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A reference to Gaza on the Upper West Side

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And a political statement in Bushwick

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Photos — 1, 2, 6-9 by Lois Stavsky; 3 – 5 by Dani Reyes Mozeson


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