It’s no secret how obsessed I am with street art. As I mentioned in my About page, I’d rather go hunting for it any day than head over to an art museum. That’s not to say that I won’t step foot inside the museum; I would just choose to spend more time ogling over those bad boys down the alley somewhere, on the walls of some building, or more recently, on the asphalt in DUMBO, Brooklyn.
I cherish and I admire them more for one reason: they’re not permanent. It could be there one month, and gone soon after that.
The average person who’s too busy taking photos of DUMBO’s beautiful surroundings can easily miss this beloved street art by our own Brooklyn artist David Ellis on “the triangle” last week. Though it’s a huge mural, it’s also on the asphalt. To capture the entire installation I had to stand on the chairs and barricades surrounding this triangle section.
In case you’re wondering where in DUMBO exactly…