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Graffiti art in New York City

The corner of Houston Street and the Bowery

The corner of Houston Street and the Bowery in Manhattan has long been associated with graffiti. A mural by the artist Swoon is at the location through Jan. 15. (Nov. 24, 2013) Photo Credit: Linda Rosier

Taking a look at the wild street art on the streets and buildings of New York.

Artist Damien Mitchell with the Centrifuge Project paints
Photo Credit: Linda Rosier

Artist Damien Mitchell with the Centrifuge Project paints a shipping container on East First Street near First Avenue in Manhattan. (Nov. 24, 2013)

Gabriel Schoenberg of Graff Tours, center, leads a
Photo Credit: Linda Rosier

Gabriel Schoenberg of Graff Tours, center, leads a 90-minute tour of graffiti and street art on the Lower East Side and East Village. ( Nov. 24, 2013)

Josh, left, and Robert Baggio, visiting from Toronto,
Photo Credit: Linda Rosier

Josh, left, and Robert Baggio, visiting from Toronto, create their own works of art at the conclusion of a graffiti tour of the Lower East Side and East Village led by Graff Tours. (Nov. 24, 2013)

Amir Raanan (visiting from Israel) photographs artwork on
Photo Credit: Linda Rosier

Amir Raanan (visiting from Israel) photographs artwork on the wall of a building at Rivington Street and the Bowery during a Graf Tours visit to the Lower East Side. (Nov. 24, 2013)

The corner of Houston Street and the Bowery
Photo Credit: Linda Rosier

The corner of Houston Street and the Bowery in Manhattan has long been associated with graffiti. A mural by the artist Swoon is at the location through Jan. 15. (Nov. 24, 2013)

Artists with the Centrifuge Project are transforming a
Photo Credit: Linda Rosier

Artists with the Centrifuge Project are transforming a shipping container in the East Village into a work of street art. (Nov. 24, 2013)

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