Kenkeleba Revs

Revs (photo by Luna Park)
Revs (photo by Luna Park)

If you push your way through the dense shrubs at the East 2nd Street entrance to the Kenkeleba House Garden, you’ll find a secret sculpture garden that houses this piece by Revs. Founded in 1974, the Kenkeleba House gallery and artist house not only holds an historic collection of African-American art, but also champions artists who work outside the commercial gallery system.

Revs (photo by Luna Park)
Revs (photo by Luna Park)
Revs (photo by Luna Park)
Revs (photo by Luna Park)
Revs (photo by Luna Park)
Revs (photo by Luna Park)
Revs (photo by Luna Park)
Revs (photo by Luna Park)
Revs (photo by Luna Park)
Revs (photo by Luna Park)
Revs (photo by Luna Park)
Revs (photo by Luna Park)
Revs (photo by Luna Park)
Revs (photo by Luna Park)

2011 Rooftop Legends

Wall St by Keo (photo by Luna Park)

The Lower East Side’s New Design High School threw open its doors and invited legends and visitors alike up onto its spacious rooftop yesterday. Since its inception in 2007, the Rooftop Legends event has relied on some of New York City’s finest style writers to refresh its walls annually. Scroll down for some of the freshest pieces from 2011…

RIP King Kase 2 aka Jeff Brown by Noah and Keo (photo by Luna Park)
SP One x Doves (photo by Luna Park)
Noxer x Mone (photo by Luna Park)
Knows (photo by Luna Park)
Pfunk by PinkSmith (photo by Luna Park)
Queen Andrea (photo by Luna Park)
Cycle (photo by Luna Park)
Vers (photo by Luna Park)
? x Indie x Rubin (photo by Luna Park)
Cey x Bounce (photob y Luna Park)
2raw x Spot (photo by Luna Park)