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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Big Wampum Poster, on Houston Street

Big Poster
Photo by myself on Houston Street and Bowery, in NoHo.

This gigantic mural caught my eye, Monday morning.

'Lakota, Dakota Nation' refers to two Native American reservations in North Dakota. The installation was done after the artist, 'JR', received a $100,000 grant awarded by TED, a non-profit agency dedicated to innovation.

'JR' is a street artist. He specializes in large scale portraits placed in urban settings. For his online portfolio, click here.

For more about the Houston Street mural, click here
For more about the TED award, click here.

Related posts: On Target, on Houston Street, In Full Color, on Houston Street and Images of Hope.


Olivier said...

oui en effet il est impressionnant ce poster géant avec ce regard...

Beatrice B. said...

what an awesome photograph...so full of emotions!!!


Moi said...

JR is pretty known among street artist and fans.

Terry B, Blue Kitchen said...

Very cool post, Kitty! And thanks for the links--I liked learning more about this artist.

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Banjo52 said...

That one pedestrian makes a beautiful complication in an already complicated, gripping photo! Really nice.

I'm hearing more and more about TED--will have to check it out more than I have. I have a new interest in street artists after the documentary Exit through the Gift Shop about a year ago.