Hope // Robert Indiana
New York City: a place where people go to follow their dreams. A city full of hope. But in case you forget, on 54th and 6th is Robert Indiana’s massive red Hope sculpture, providing a sense of inspiration and reassurance in this bustling city.
Photographs by Erin Fong
High above the bustling streets of Manhattan is the Chelsea High Line, an elevated pedestrian footpath guiding you through the sky scrapers and above the yellow taxi cabs. Walking along the High Line you are sure to spot works of art on buildings and billboards often missed by the passerbys below. What have you seen on the Chelsea High Line?
Photograph by Erin Fong
Spotted. Banksy at Zabars. At the junction of 2245 Broadway and 80th Street is Manhattan’s iconic Zabars specialty food store. The famed market known for its bagels and lox isn’t the only attraction bringing in people. Street artist Banksy left his mark on the side of Zabars. A silhouette of a little boy with a carnival like mallet. His placement next to the fire hydrant was deliberate as it appears as though he might crush the hydrant with his mallet.