A fresh 'Harlem' mural (and much more new street art) debuts at the Graffiti Hall of Fame

Updated: Mar 17


In what is now a yearly tradition, some of the best street artists in the world gathered in East Harlem last weekend for the 39th Annual Graffiti Hall of Fame meetup.

For two days, legendary muralists including BG183, Bio and Nicer brought their spray cans–and their dynamic visions–to the playground at the Jackie Robinson Educational Complex at East 106th Street and Park Avenue.

Now that the event is over, most of the new pieces–and there are many–can only be seen from the street through the school's chain-link fence.

But happily the updated "Harlem" mural along Park Avenue faces the sidewalk, offering a great opportunity to see at least one work up-close.

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