Team

There are few bare surfaces in the abandoned naval base in Bywater, New Orleans. Everything — from tags and throw-ups to sophisticated pieces — covers its exterior, interior and rooftops. Featured above is the work of  New Orleans-based Reader, You Go Girl, along with others.  What follows is a selection of images I captured there last week:

Read aka Reader, OYE, Booker, Bones and more

Half Dead & more

Charles

Heam

Tard

Tubman & more

Photos by Lois Stavsky

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Straddling the border between Williamsburg and Greenpoint, the building at 106 Bayard Street was transformed this past spring into a 3,000-square foot outdoor canvas.  The 70’s and 80’s NYC subway and graffiti movement was the theme of the inaugural 106 Bayard mural project, curated by Gee Dajani and Keene Carse.  Here are a few more images from both the exterior and interior of 106 Bayard captured when we recently revisited the spot.

Part One, Dr. Revolt, Wolf 1 AOK and Futura

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Lady Pink

Lady Pink

A wide view from across the street with Part OneDr. Revolt, Wolf 1 AOK, Futura and Team

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And inside — Whisper and Pure TFP, segment of huge mural

Whisper and Pure

Created and sponsored by Cirkers Fine Art Storage & Logistics, 106 Bayard will be transformed once again this coming spring.

Note: First photo features the legendary Cycle with Jackson and artwork by Williamsburg Charter High School students.

Photo credits: 1, 4 & 5 by Dani Reyes Mozeson; 2 & 3 by Lois Stavsky

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