New York magazine has released its annual Best of New York issue and, with a little help from BuzzFeed, we’ve compiled a list of the best things in life that the city’s best-known street artists have created over the past three years.
Check out our picks for the best street art, street fashion, and other things that are out there right now.1.
A “Carpetsitting” painting by the artist Dan Pritchard: Pritchards “Capset” is an amazing work of art that shows an elderly man standing on a bed of carpeting and sitting down, looking up at the ceiling.
The artwork is reminiscent of the classic 1960s street art “Pit and The Wall,” which was a collaboration between artist Richard Meier and painter John Pritchett.2.
“Cars in the Garden” by artist David Chappell: Chappells art is an incredible work of graffiti art that focuses on the beauty of a car.
His pieces are very well done, and they really make you feel like you are in the car.
But he also uses a lot of black ink.3.
“The City of Dreams” by the New York City street artists Nellie, Zoya, and A.B.M.: This piece of art is called “The Covered Bridge” and shows the city in the early 1900s as it is today.
This work is one of the most iconic pieces of street art in New York and is also a great piece of visual art.4.
“Rabbit Hole” by Zoya Jones: Jones’ artwork is so beautifully designed and the color palette is very subtle, you can almost see the rabbit holes in her work.
Her work has a playful quality and it’s great to see that the art is so much more than just graffiti.5.
“Street Art” by New York street artists Pritches and Meier: These two street artists, both New York natives, have become one of my favorite artists in the city.
They both have amazing talent and both bring unique art to the street and are amazing examples of the art world.6.
“Violet’s Flowers” by Nellies artist and NYC native A. B. M.: This work of street graffiti is so beautiful and so cute and so beautiful that it’s so perfect.
I just love it.
I love how you can see the flowers, it just makes you feel so special.7.
“Lil Wayne” by Arturo Pardo: This is another of my favorites by Pardo, this one shows a young woman in a white dress and a necklace.
It’s so pretty and so innocent and it really brings to life the art that we love.8.
“Mysterious Cakes” by Bix and Avant: This piece by Bex is one that I’ve never seen before and I can’t even explain how amazing it is.
It looks so beautiful, so abstract and beautiful.9.
“I Like to Be a Dog” by Pritchet: Pichits “I like to be a dog” piece is a great work of work, and it is a beautiful piece of work.
The art is a little different than the ones we see a lot on the streets and the way that it is designed makes it so beautiful.10.
“Paparazzi” by Robert F. Kennedy Jr.: Kennedy’s work is incredibly colorful and beautiful, and is a perfect representation of his personality.
He also has a great sense of humor.11.
“A Dog of Mine” by David Chaps: This work by Chaps is one you have to see to believe.
Chaps art is very well-done and you will not be disappointed.12.
“Bathtub in a Bathroom” by Nicki Minaj: This artwork is called the “Walking Bathtub” and it shows a man sitting in a bathtub with a towel covering his face and a mirror in the center of the bathtub.
It is so simple and very beautiful.13.
“Untitled” by Toni Braxton: This artist is the best at making people laugh with her artwork, and you’ll probably see it everywhere.
This is one piece of street street art that I think people will really love.14.
“Dancing” by Yolanda Foster: Foster’s art is always a little more playful than other artists, but her art is definitely more than playful.
She really brings a new energy to her street art and it always makes me feel very special.15.
“Sparks Fly” by Avantgarde Artists: The “Flying Spiders” by a group of artists from the “Avantgardes” is a very funny and clever piece that has gotten a lot more attention than it deserves.16.
“Tall Tales” by Dan Pritzker: Pritzkers art is fantastic. His art