At Grandscale Mural Project in East Harlem: Mark West, Marthalicia, Scratch, Jason Naylor, Crash, Lost Breed Culture & Michael Cuomo

July 30, 2021

The Grandscale Mural Project returned to East Harlem this summer bringing dozens of alluring new murals to East 125th Street.  Featuring a huge range of  themes and styles, the project showcases works by both established and emerging artists. The intriguing image pictured above, A Walk to Freedom, was painted by NYC-based Baltimore native Mark West as a visual ode to those slaves who risked their lives or died in their struggle to attain freedom. Several more images of newly surfaced walls follow:

Harlem-based Marthalicia Marthalicia

East Harlem-based Scratch

Brooklyn-based Jason Naylor

The legendary Bronx-based John Matos aka Crash One captured at work earlier this month

Luis F Perez and Fausto Manuel Ramos of Lost Breed Culture

Bronx-born, Yonkers-based Michael Cuomo

Keep posted to our Instagram page, as there are many more murals from the Grandscale Mural Project waiting to be captured!

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

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Nival December 20, 2021 at 4:19 am

Love your work on 125 And Park. I’m trying to jumpstart a business and I have a logo and concept. Looking to recreate a character for my logo and build from there. I would like to discuss further. I left my contact information. Looking forward to discussing my concept.


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