I took this picture of a black and white stencil of a crouching girl, a couple of years ago when I was walking the dog.
More Street Art
You may also be interested in
The streets of Brooklyn are a little brighter these days with the addition of two new pieces by Spanish street artist Pejac, including one that appears to be chiseled out of a brick facade. Both reflect on the impact of cities on nature; one comments on conspicuously absent greenery while the other illustrates Jeff Goldblum’s infamous Jurrasic Park line, “Life…
By Rafael Schacter An authoritative guide to the most important street artists, schools, and styles from around the world. Spray-can graffiti associated with Latino gangs, most notably the “cholo” graffiti of Los Angeles, first appeared in Latin America in the early twentieth century.
I took a couple of photos of Newtown local street art back in 2018. These three pieces are located in the little laneway behind the Buzz Bar in Newtown. A ocean themed mural has popped up on the corner of Goddard Street and Bailey Street in Newtown.