'Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera', by Kobra
The Brazilian Eduardo Kobra made several murals in New York walls. This one, at 366 Prospect Pl, Brooklyn, is celebrating the Mexican artists.
'Fight for Street Art', by Kobra
Anothe Kobra's work, now at 147 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, shows Andy Warhol and Basquiat, two pop icons, sharing the hashtag Fight for Street Art.
'Ziggy Stardust', by Kobra
To celebrate the recent death of the pop icon, Kobra draw David Bowie in his legendary Ziggy Stardust face painting. At 837 Jersey Avenue, Jersey City, NJ
'Hammer Boy', by Banksy
One remaining Banksy artwork can be seen at W 79th St near Broadway.
'Crack is Wack', by Keith Haring
The double sided mural by Haring was restored and can be seen in the beginning of Harlem, at E. 128th St. and Harlem River Drive.
The Graffiti Hall of Fame
For over 30 years this wall at a Harlem schoolyard have been a gallery of local street artists. Every year a theme and artists are chosen to decorate this part of Park Avenue, Manhattan New York.
'Big Pun Memorial Mural', by Tats Cru
This mural at 910 Rogers Place, Bronx, was created by Tats Cru to celebrate the hip hop's first Latin platinum artist. Every year the mural gets a new design.
Houston Bowery Wall Mural
The famous wall at 76 E. Houston St. was firstly place for one of Keith Haring's artworks. The place was bought by a real state entrepreneur, who hired a curator to keep the place for street art.
The hidden alley helps the walls not being whitewashed once an a while. In this edgy place, you can find pieces by Hanksy, ASVP and many more street artists.