Wooster on Spring

If you've ever spent anytime in New York's NoLita neighborhood, you may have noticed a giant deserted-looking building on the corner of Elizabeth and Spring. The building stands out because it's covered in ever-changing street art—from good old fashioned graffiti to paper paste-ups and milk crate-based sculptures. For almost 20 years it has been a place for writers to make their mark, as the unoccupied …

Needled: Docteur Gecko

Needled reports today on Docteur Gecko who modifies bus shelter ads using light sensitive colors that only show up at night. Like this riff on Desperate Housewives, the results are generally dark or subversive comments on the subject. Check Needled for one of the tattoo-based pieces and a link to the original post on Wooster Collective.

Artists Workspaces

Remember Wooster Collective has a bunch of pictures of his workspace, along with several other artists studios like MCA, Justin Kee's and Kid Acne. It's really great to see the space that artists create their work in. I think I even see a trampoline that doubles as a desk in Choe's space. Anything to get the creative juices flowing, I guess. From messy to clean, …

Street Art Press

The Wooster Collective, and Social Pest are introducing more people (including the mass media) to street art. Here are just a few pieces published in recent months. Urban Decor A Wall to Wall Tour of New York Street Art. Mike Epstein and Jake Dobkin present a photo tour for New York Magazine (including the image above) Painting the Town (Again). Rob Walker gives a little …