I like Colin Moynihan's piece in the Times today about Momo's 8-mile-long tag throughout the city... You've seen it...And probably already knew who was responsible for it.... I didn't realize it was such a mystery. Still, a good recap. Per the article:
Although it has existed for four years, the paint line has escaped most people’s notice. And among those who have paused to register its presence, few have probably spent much time contemplating its origin. It is, after all, just a simple bit of paint: one more arcane marking in an urban landscape filled with street art and random splashings; a small-caliber mystery in a big city rich with secrets.
“The orange drip that flows through the East Village,” Sharon Jane Smith, 57, mused on Sunday as she gazed at the section of the line that meandered past her East Village shop, A Repeat Performance, on First Avenue near East 10th Street. “I have no idea where that orange drip came from."
Best Roof Talk Ever has more on Momo here.
And here is the video Momo made about the project...