No Violence march through Tompkins Square Park in NYC by the Lower East Side Girls Club. Some of the girls used make-up to simulate blood and bruises.
Reverend Billy Talen and the Stop Shopping Gospel Choir meet in Times Square in front of the Army recruiting station to preach about the perils to our friends the honeybees.
I asked Reverend Billy Talen how the court case against him was going. Last October he was arrested after the Choir did a musical performance in a mid-town Chase bank. At one point he faced a possible year in prison for this.
The eye-gazing battle in the name of universal love.
Here is the portal right after it was unveiled. The photo is a capture from my video. I should have waited around to get a good shot of it. When I came back the next morning it was ripped down. The same thing happened last week to portal 8. I’m not sure if they are being torn down by haters or street art scavengers. I think they are only pasting paper prints now because of this. Originally they were pasting up the original paintings, and for the most part they were unmolested
The Unveiling of Portal 7, part of the 13 Portals project. This one was at 161 Essex Street the home of Clayton Patterson’s Clayton Gallery and Outlaw Art Museum.
The participants (the people knocking on the door) submitted photos to the project and the photos were selected by Clayton.
Sirens and pirates clash in Tompkins Square Park. The Pirates added the dramatic tension. The Sirens sang “go to sleep little baby, go to sleep little baby, go lay your bones on the alabaster stones and be my everloving baby” and the Pirates went right to sleep.
The unveiling of the 6th Portal on Avenue A.
Seductive dancing singing Sirens.
Times-Up provided the pirates. The 5th Portal shown behind him was stolen, this is a printed replacement (which was also stolen the next day). Boxcutter Design printed the replacement shown.