The murals are the subject of a tour by the TAG Public Arts Group.
Muralists painted the wall of a Crown Heights hardware store for the anniversary of Sept. 11.
The design, known as a "road tattoo," will be installed in the next few weeks.
Los Angeles-based artist Shepard Fairey is taking part in the Little Italy Street Art Project.
A stuffed animal holding a box of Newports and Corona beer has taken up residence on a corner lightpost.
The lines of the mural represent the routes of people who work on the historic Navy Yard's grounds.
Teen artists designed the art now up on Junius Street.
Artists with the "100 Gates Project" are spray-painting murals to beautify roll-down security gates.
Mike Perry said he hopes his work will be the first in a series of public art on Bergen Street.
After winning the Webby Awards "Person of the Year" title, the street artist Banksy posted a video.
Alice Pasquini is planning installations at Muscota New School and Amistad Dual Language School.
"Whitewash" will open at the Jeffrey Leder Gallery in Long Island City on April 5.
Robots Will Kill, where artists can post pictures of their work, redesigned its site for the anniverary.
The Washington Heights BID is looking to move the 1,900-pound steel sculpture to Dyckman Street.
Max Singer has posted his free drawings all over Manhattan.
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