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Light pole graffiti

Light pole graffiti

Photo from lightbox at time.com (link below) on a article titled 'Graffiti: Preserving New York's history of graffiti art' by Kenneth Bachor

Photo from lightbox at time.com (link below) on a article titled 'Graffiti: Preserving New York's history of graffiti art' by Kenneth Bachor

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Mural in Astoria #wanderlust #discover #explore #travel #escape #traveler #travelgram #queens #astoria #wellingcourtmuralproject #nyc #newyork #usa #mural #urbanart #streetart #graffiti #art #instadaily #instatravel #instapassport #instavoyage #lonelyplanet #voyageursdumonde #photooftheday #travelphotography by sowanderlust30

JENNA MORELLO

Jenna Morello for WellingCourtMuralProject in Astoria, Queens, NYC, 2017

Welling Court Mural at Graffiti House in Astoria, Queens by Simon Cooper www.simoncooperart.com

Welling Court Mural at Graffiti House in Astoria, Queens by Simon Cooper www.simoncooperart.com

Box and pole graffiti

Box and pole graffiti

The Welling Court Mural Project, based in Astoria, Queens, NY, has been a labor of love by many in support of street art, graffiti and other boundry-pushing art imagery and forms. It was created in 2009 by Ad Hoc Art, a creative business run by two Oklahoma natives, Garrison and Alison Buxton. Together with the help of many others from the community and beyond, this project has been growing and receiving a wide range of attention and acclaim, from the likes of The New York Times, US News…

The Welling Court Mural Project, based in Astoria, Queens, NY, has been a labor of love by many in support of street art, graffiti and other boundry-pushing art imagery and forms. It was created in 2009 by Ad Hoc Art, a creative business run by two Oklahoma natives, Garrison and Alison Buxton. Together with the help of many others from the community and beyond, this project has been growing and receiving a wide range of attention and acclaim, from the likes of The New York Times, US News…

Astoria nyc graffiti art

"The Next Stop on this Train" Extras - Street Art, Street, Astoria

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