Among the various bait props: a tube of hair gel, a bottle of bronzer, and some Drakkar Noir.
Cat’s out of the bag Jeff.
Artist Angel “LA II” Ortiz has been busy. As you can see in the photo at left, (nicked from EV Grieve), Ortiz recently embellished the Joe Strummer mural on Seventh Street and Avenue A with his LA ROC tag and a few highlights.
The duo behind the hipster trap is at it again – this time hunting bridge and tunnel folk.
“They come to an area and treat it like an amusement park,” said Hunter Fine, one of the pair.
He and partner Jeff Greenspan came up with the idea of urban traps last summer, after they became concerned about gentrification.
“You know gentrification is bad if white people are complaining about it,” said Greenspan.
Damn these crafty bastards. I will track them down! Hair gel and Drakkar Noir? Devious my friends…
I am on the hunt for the hipster hunters. Fear not my elitist Williamsburgers, I will get to the bottom of this.
And then, you take the skinny jeans and resell them to thrift stores and… profit!
Not sure who this lively graffiti belongs to, but it appeared on Oliver Street near Henry Street a few days ago.
While I was living in New York, I met up with Keith Haskel, who filmed and interviewed me while I installed some work!
The resulting video is now ready for you to enjoy! I hope you enjoy it!
The Twitter bird strikes again! And this time it seems to be taunting all those women laughing alone eating salad, or in this case, patrons who have just left Once Upon a Tart in Soho on Sullivan Street north of Prince Street, where this bird was spotted out front situated in a tree. It joins the bird seen this summer on Mott Street.
(Found via Neatorama)