The British capital continues to be a playground for artists who use the walls as their canvas.
In her sixth year of photographing and documenting New York City street art and graffiti, Luna Park likes nothing better than spending her free time wandering around NYC, exploring the intersections of industrial and residential areas, searching for beauty in unexpected places. Her work has been exhibited in New York and Los Angeles and published in urban art books, magazines, and blogs. She is passionate about urban art and supportive of all creative endeavors to redefine public space. Visit her extensive archive of urban art images at www.flickr.com/photos/lunapark.
The Wonderful Global Walls of Wynwood, Miami
Thanks to the efforts of organizations such as Primary Flight and Wynwood Walls, the Wynwood district in Miami is undergoing a radical transformation through art.
Taking it into the Third Dimension: New York’s Sculptural Street Art
In my travels across New York City documenting street art and graffiti, I’m always excited when I stumble across full-blown illicit installations. While stenciling and wheatpasting continue to explode in popularity, it takes another level of commitment, chutzpah if you will, to pull off something more involved. Using salvaged or re-appropriated materials, NYC street artists are both piggybacking their pieces onto existing street furniture and brazenly installing work of their own.