Saturday, June 20, 2020
Scooter LaForge's Love Power on the Bowery
East Village-based artist Scooter LaForge, working with Hitomi Nakamura and James Rubio, created this Love Power mural on the Bowery between Great Jones and Fourth Street earlier this week.
This was part of a larger effort organized by Bowery artist Sono Kuwayama. (Read about it here.) She received permission from store owners to paint on the plywood of the boarded-up businesses along this stretch of the Bowery. She then reached out to some local artists to have them create murals ...
And what will happen to the plywood when the businesses reopen?
Per Reuters: "When the boards eventually come down, Kuwayama’s plan is to store the art in a gallery, and later sell it, donating the proceeds to local homeless shelters."
As a P.S.
While we're on the Bowery and Fourth Street... Phebe's reopened yesterday for to-go food... they are open from 4-9 p.m. during the week and 2-9 p.m. today...
Posted by Grieve at 12:00 PM
Labels: Scooter LaForge, street art, the Bowery
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I am in love with the mural at 7-11. Do you have any info about the artist? These murals are pure joy to walk past.
7-11 was made by Daniel Miranda his Instagram is @vkron.mmm
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