Street art and superheroes in New York

Posted: Jun 20 2014

Invisible Man by Gilf! NY



Superheroes are taking over the walls in New York. At least, in form of graffiti or pieces of urban art. The New York Comedy Festival is the responsable of the proliferation of these pieces made by some of the Big Apple’s greatartists, located most of them in Little Italy.

If you are in the city, you have to visit the baby Hulk painted in XXL size by the graffiti artist Ron English. It is in the main avenue of this neighborhood next to China Town. And if you want to investigate the walls in the area a little bit more, you can find the Invisible Man painted by the great Gilf!, or the piece “Stark & Recreation” by the genuine artist Hansky in the intersection of the streets Mulberry and Grand.

This is the way New York promotes the humor… with the urban art! We specially recommend the piece of one of our artists in Gunter Gallery, Sr. X “Pablo”, it is full of the irony you can find in the New York’s walls.

“Stark & Recreation” by the genuine artist Hansky          baby Hulk painted in XXL size by the graffiti artist Ron English

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