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Freeman Alley

Freeman Alley in the LES is a well-known target for NYC graff and street artists because their work usually goes untouched. The alley is small and its entrance is unremarkable, so it’s easy to walk by it without noticing there’s gold inside.


see the royal joker?

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5 responses

  1. Vic

    The hand grenade kid is a Diane Arbus photo: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Child_with_Toy_Hand_Grenade_in_Central_Park

    December 26, 2011 at 7:46 PM

    • amazing! i like arbus’ work, didn’t know that was her photograph! fanks vic!

      December 27, 2011 at 12:11 AM

  2. WELCOME TO THE REVOLUTION…..

    HAVE YOU SEEN THIS CHILD?
    our factory is prepared for an assault on the senses every nite….. We search the streets for anything we can use for our art , our message, our destiny and our savior……….I am prepared to face authority and condemnation from the new world order,in order to save a child from the streets and ravages of poverty, disease and war, our images are a metaphor for pain and ignorance to a childs plight, the innocence lost, on political corruption, religious vagrants and corporate greed,Army of One may never end war , poverty nor disease thru our grass roots meanderings and art. But we will bring it to the forefront of American Disgrace…….this Cause i have dedicated my rebirth too…….We who run with the night……………We who are given the vision…………….
    We are responsible not to lay down with complacency and mediocrity…………….
    We are the new visionaries
    ……..
    Our path is clear……Army of One/jc2
    join us…………

    Thank you Diane Arbus , for your frightening and timely image and inspiring artists like us to topple the war machine , through our peaceful street art revolution …..

    January 8, 2012 at 1:29 PM

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