Saturday, November 02, 2013

Invader Invades New York City - 2013 Edition (Part II)

Invader Invades New York City - 2013 Edition - Collaboration With COST and ENX plus solo pieces.

After being arrested last Thursday while working on one of his signature mosaic pieces, Invader has been released and, undeterred, spent the night out on the streets of New York City to work on a new batch of Invasions.

Whilst we discovered several solo pieces in Part I, the French artist has now teamed up with the legendary COST and ENX to drop a massive piece in Bushwick.
Cost is the tag name of a graffiti writer who, from the early 1980s to the mid-1990s, blanketed New York City and the surrounding metropolitan area with his wheat-paste stickers, spray paint tags and paint-roller pieces.

Take a look at a high-res gallery by Stephen Kelley after the break and then check back with us shortly for more updates from Invader.

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1 comment:

  1. What a sweet and interesting way to look at the city!! If you not into Graffiti it doesnt take much to know whats going on in the street art news of everything.
    Just jump right in :D

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