Looking at Logan Hicks’ Final Product at the Bowery Graffiti Wall [PHOTOS]

Posted on: August 22nd, 2016 at 5:16 am by

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Logan Hicks completed his masterpiece at the Bowery Graffiti Wall yesterday afternoon with the fifth and final layer of stenciling. No more drama with ill-equipped infrastructure and warped boards.

Round 2 took five days to complete. Basically, one layer of stencil painting per day. As previously reported, “Story of My Life” captures a street scene in SoHo (Greene Street) from May 22, when Hicks’ friends were invited to partake in a group photo shoot. The fruits of that film, as it were, are now emblazoned on the blue-hued wall.

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“This new piece is about my time in New York,” Hicks noted in a prior press statement. “Doing a mural on the Houston Bowery Wall is a celebration of my ten year mark in New York.”

Word circulating the street art circles is that this mural is one of the best that’s graced the wall since newer programming began.

What do you think? And who can you pick out of this crowd?

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