OtherArtbyJack: Carriage House Sans Graffiti NYC (1990s)

In the 1990s there were many vintage buildings in Manhattan. On East 25th in particular, there were several buildings with interesting arches and curved roofs, that had been previously used as stables. I understand that this area may have been known as the ‘carriage district’. The problem with street photography in the 1990s particularly when trying to […]

OtherArtbyJack: Corner Graffiti NYC (1990s)

As I recall, this artwork was inspired by a building on 26th Street and Lexington (NW corner). I like the totem pole assembly of street signs and the glass ‘eye’ window above the corrugated door. A 4×6 print, matted for a 5×7 frame, Corner Graffiti is available at my Etsy shop: OtherArtbyJack.

OtherArtByJack: Call Box and Dog Graffiti NYC (1990s)

I enjoyed walking down Crosby Street in Manhattan during my 20+ years living in that great city. Beginning at Houston Street (pronounced, ‘how-stun’) Crosby runs south. The area South of Houston is also known as SoHo.  One of the interesting shops that used to be there (as I recall) was a small storefront that sold nothing […]

OtherArtbyJack: Star Graffiti NYC (1990s)

In my wanderings around Manhattan in the 1990s I repeatedly came across a peculiar symbol, a five-pointed star. In today’s example this star was emblazoned on a warehouse door. It is the only non-text symbol present. The other adornments took the form of writing in white. My version of the door consisted of a series […]

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