Felix Morelo crouched in Union Square on his hands and knees on Sunday morning at 10:30, as passersby prepared for the Pride festival that would provide hours of marriage-themed glee. Chalk in hand, he scrawled: “I WILL ATTEMPT A TRAIL OF CHALK FACES AROUND THE PARK. (DONATIONS ARE COOL)”
By 3 p.m., when the park Read More
The divination of a neighborhood is tricky business in New York City. Fortunately, an intrepid street artist has set out to answer an age-old question, one that stretches back at least as far as the 1980s: Where does Cobble Hill end and Carroll Gardens begin?
Strangers could be forgiven for not knowing the answer, Read More
Off the Rails
Over the weekend, the Underbelly Project exploded across the Internet. The work of dozens of street artists, they had taken over an abandoned subway station somewhere in the city and turned it into an underground (get it!) exhibition.
Yet when transit wonks saw the show online, their first wasn’t, Read More