Dasic Fernandez for BABËL NYC. 

Featured ArtistDasic Fernandez

Location: Pravda Bar / 281 Lafayette street, New York, NY 10012

Type: Painting on the wood canvas.

Description: Babel NYC, an community organization who gather around music and art,commissioned an inspirational painting about love and spiritual awakening, the idea behind their community. The painting was placed in the upcoming location for their future events. 

ST.ART WALL

outdoor mural gallery

ST.ART WALL is a rotating outdoor mural gallery initiated by ST.ART and curated by Kamilla Sun. Located at 102 Ludlow street in Lower East Side, NYC. The purpose of this project is to showcase the artwork of the most remarkable international street artists and to bring the uplifting spirit to the neighborhood.

[  MURALS  ]

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Jason Naylor & Surface of Beauty
Jason Naylor & Surface of Beauty

#SrtartWithADream photo: @just_a_spectator

Jason Naylor & Surface of Beauty
Jason Naylor & Surface of Beauty

#SrtartWithADream photo: @just_a_spectator

Jason Naylor & Surface of Beauty
Jason Naylor & Surface of Beauty

#SrtartWithADream photo: @just_a_spectator

Jason Naylor & Surface of Beauty
Jason Naylor & Surface of Beauty

#SrtartWithADream photo: @just_a_spectator

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MADSTEEZ
MADSTEEZ

WEEN wave. photo: @just_a_spectator

MADSTEEZ
MADSTEEZ

WEEN wave. photo: @just_a_spectator

MADSTEEZ
MADSTEEZ

WEEN wave. photo: @just_a_spectator

MADSTEEZ
MADSTEEZ

WEEN wave. photo: @just_a_spectator

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Jason Naylor
Jason Naylor

#StartPride | photo by @just_a_spectator

Jason Naylor
Jason Naylor

#StartPride

Jason Naylor
Jason Naylor

#StartPride

Jason Naylor
Jason Naylor

#StartPride | photo by @just_a_spectator

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Aaron Li-Hill
Aaron Li-Hill

"Apparition from the Past" photo by @just_a_spectator

Aaron Li-Hill
Aaron Li-Hill

"Apparition from the Past" photo by @just_a_spectator

Aaron Li-Hill
Aaron Li-Hill

"Apparition from the Past" photo by @just_a_spectator

Aaron Li-Hill
Aaron Li-Hill

"Apparition from the Past" photo by @just_a_spectator

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Felipe Pantone
Felipe Pantone

photo by @just_a_spectator

Felipe Pantone
Felipe Pantone

photo by @just_a_spectator

Felipe Pantone
Felipe Pantone

photo by @just_a_spectator

Felipe Pantone
Felipe Pantone

photo by @just_a_spectator

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JCorp
JCorp

Boo the Unicorn "Boonicorn" photo by: @just_a_spectator

JCorp
JCorp

Boo the Unicorn "Boonicorn" photo by: Justin Reyes

JCorp
JCorp

Boo the Unicorn "Boonicorn" photo by: @just_a_spectator

JCorp
JCorp

Boo the Unicorn "Boonicorn" photo by: @just_a_spectator

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Crash One & Nick Walker
Crash One & Nick Walker

CRASH, a graffiti pioneer from the train era of New York City, brought vibrant lettering and effects to the wall, while Nick Walker, a graffiti artist originally from London who was on the forefront a pro-generators of the stencil movement dating back to the 1980's, used his black and white stenciling to depict his "Vandal" character as wrestling with addiction. The story and meaning of this collaboration was to convey the addiction that many people have for the New York lifestyle.

Crash One & Nick Walker
Crash One & Nick Walker

CRASH, a graffiti pioneer from the train era of New York City, brought vibrant lettering and effects to the wall, while Nick Walker, a graffiti artist originally from London who was on the forefront a pro-generators of the stencil movement dating back to the 1980's, used his black and white stenciling to depict his "Vandal" character as wrestling with addiction. The story and meaning of this collaboration was to convey the addiction that many people have for the New York lifestyle.

Crash One & Nick Walker
Crash One & Nick Walker

CRASH, a graffiti pioneer from the train era of New York City, brought vibrant lettering and effects to the wall - while Nick Walker, a graffiti artist originally from London who was on the forefront a pro-generators of the stencil movement dating back to the 1980's, used his black and white stenciling to depict his "Vandal" character as wrestling with addiction. The story and meaning of this collaboration was to convey the addiction that many people have for the New York lifestyle.

Crash One & Nick Walker
Crash One & Nick Walker

CRASH, a graffiti pioneer from the train era of New York City, brought vibrant lettering and effects to the wall, while Nick Walker, a graffiti artist originally from London who was on the forefront a pro-generators of the stencil movement dating back to the 1980's, used his black and white stenciling to depict his "Vandal" character as wrestling with addiction. The story and meaning of this collaboration was to convey the addiction that many people have for the New York lifestyle.

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[  IN PRESS  ]

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Crash One & Nick Walker for SOLD Magazine

Check out the video and the article about

Crash One & Nick Walker collaboration HERE.

JCorp for SOLD Magazine

Check out the interview with JCorp HERE.