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Craig Feder – The Real NYC

New York City based Craig Feder has a rich history in photography and always travels the NY city streets with his camera. This resulted in an almost iconic series of the people of New York City. Craig has managed to capture the kind of people that caught my eye when I was in New York, but who he calls ‘the invisible people’. They are the kind of people that would stand out in any other place in the world, but as New York is not...

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  •  22.02.2012
  •  Arden

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VENG

Beautiful street works by New York based artist Veng. Born on Staten Island in 1981, I began studying painting as a young kid at a local art league. Since then, painting has remained an integral part of my life. With my work, I look to capture the feel of something made long ago, be it characters with old-fashioned appearances or objects with Old World designs. I depict ideas in my paintings in a representational and faithful...

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  •  06.01.2011
  •  Arden

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Early New York subway graffiti by Keith Baugh

Every once in a while gems that we thought were long lost (or never knew that they existed in the first place) get uncovered.  ‘Early New York Subway Graffiti’ by Keith Baugh is one of these gems and I’ve had the honor to get a signed copy of this in my mailbox. Time for a review! Let me start off by telling you about the artist who put this book together: Keith Baugh. Hailing from Nothing Hill, London and moved to...

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  •  06.08.2010
  •  Arden

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Michael De Feo – The flower guy

It already seemed ages ago that we set up the first version of graffiti / street art website crackforyoureyes.com. Not long after we had the honors to meet with New York (street) artist Michael De Feo! We reached out to De Feo to find out that he is as busy as ever, travelling around from Boston to Buenos Aires, leaving his infamous flower paste-ups all over the city. Luckily Michael de Feo still had some time for a CFYE 'spam'...

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  •  11.02.2009
  •  Arden