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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Snapshot of a Street Artist

Photo by myself around Fifth Avenue and 10th Street, in the Village.

An artist who calls himself EQNYC posed for me the other day, with his cart. The cart is used to display his work, which is held in place with binder clips. When you turn the cart around, there is a desk space that is used for drawing.

I think I've seen him and his cart around the city, mainly in Union Square. On earlier occasions, I've asked for a photograph but have been denied (!). This time, I was granted about one tenth of a nanosecond to snap a photo, after he spun the cart around.

The top illustration reads 'A NY State of Mind'. Most of his graffit-inspired artwork is done on NYC subway maps. For the best representation of his work, I was told to check out his Instagram feed.

Check out EQ's Instagram here.
For his Etsy shop, click here.

Related posts: Graffiti, in Alphabet City, Cost was Here, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and Graffiti, Williamsburg.


biebkriebels said...

Very "nice"of him to give you one nanosecond.

Janette Faber said...

That's cool.
I Like his posters.
Wish I was still there , miss you New York!
Greetings from the Netherlands !

dianasfaria.com said...

I wish he could see how well you did with your time limit!