Monday, December 16, 2013

Lena Dunham and the cast of 'Girls' get the mural treatment on East 12th Street



There's a mural in progress on East 12th Street and Avenue A... outside Table 12... promoting the third season of "Girls" on HBO...



Larger than life, for the time being...



And this is what the artists were working from...



19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Add black face for diversity's sake

Anonymous said...

Whoever did this should have done the Joe Strummer mural.

The Seventh Sense said...

I still see white people.

Anonymous said...

Is this for that show with Sarah Jessica Parker in it?

Anonymous said...

@Annon 9:34 AM
Don't you know all hip urban comedies are void of diversity?

Anonymous said...

She looks good there

AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Anonymous said...

Another hipster show….yawn!

Never watched it, never will.

Ken from Ken's Kitchen said...

I enjoy 'Girls' but the poster doesn't represent it very well.

Anonymous said...

If there's a mural that deserves to be tagged, this is the one.

Anonymous said...

All their fans are here. Tag on, bro!

Anonymous said...

I certainly wouldn't describe Girls as a "hipster show". But what do I know, I just try to correctly use words.

ahoy polloi said...

Oh for fuck's sake. What a goddamn obscenity this thing is. I'll take the dysmorphic Joel Strummer anyday

Anonymous said...

Twenty something adult women calling themselves girls, acting like it, dating 'boys', and when the boys act like boys and treat them like girls, the girls whine and cry like a girl. In comparison, Grace Kelly was 20 when she became famous and an icon and she was graceful, had class, and most important, was a woman, not a girl. These yunnies and hipsters however are will forever be girls, kidults, or adultlescents. Me, me, me, look at meeeeeeeeee!

Jill said...

This morning the sign said HAPPILY WHAI. Thanks for clearing that up for me.

Oh and a little story -- couple four days ago 3 young women stopped and were twittering around the corner. One finally mustered the courage to talk to the painters, and said, "are you guys real artists?"

Anonymous said...

Fuck people who like that...

lalala said...

pretty crazy

Anonymous said...

@7:57:

Yesss!

4:11 pm said...

Not to mention Grace Kelly became a real princess at 26 y.o., unlike these girls who think and think they deserve to be treated like a princess and would wear tiaras to pretend like they're one.

Anonymous said...

Haha well said!!!