Climate scientists have concluded global warming, if left unchecked, will cause sea levels to rise. Verifiable scientific data indicates rising sea levels would inundate large areas of New York City and the boroughs by the turn of the century.
In a recent peer reviewed article in Squirrelly Scientific Amurican, scientists concerned about graffiti’s impact on global warming requested the public’s assistance with their investigation. Alarmed by all the dire warnings, Charm City Streets submitted documentation to these scientists. You need not file a Freedom of Information Act request to review this documentation. Charm City Streets now openly shares its information with you.
While you may feel graffiti has no impact upon global warming, you have to admit the graffiti artwork in this article is definitely smokin’ hot! So crank rank up your air conditioner and read on.
First up are colorful collaborative pieces Adam Fu created with several other writers.
Adam Fu has also created a number of politically inspired pieces.
Hoacs and colleagues continue to brighten and enliven walls in East Williamsburg.
This set of images demonstrates the ephemeral nature of graffiti. The first photo shows a piece by Such one afternoon. The next photo shows a work in progress – Soten is painting over the piece by Such. The final photo is of the completed piece by Soten. How quickly things change!
Harrybones, Trace, Soten, Rask and Musa claimed temporary ownership of a nearby wall.
The walls surrounding the Fine Lumber Company and the Decorama Building Supply warehouse along Metropolitan Avenue and Grand Street attract a lot of artistic talent.
There is a nice turnover of talent on the concrete walls surrounding United Transit Mix on McKibbin Street.
Nearby Spot, Corze, Skor, Merc and Yes1 dominate another wall.
Rounding-up our tour are individual pieces by Arbor, Fumeroism, Mast, Spot, and other talented writers.
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