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‘Wall of Kindness’ Surfaces on Chrystie Street, Seeks Donations for Homeless

Posted February 12, 2016 at 5:00 am

​ No, this art installation at Chrystie and Stanton streets is not the newest piece by yarn-bomber HOTTEA. The ribbonwork weaved into the chain-link fencing at the recently refurbished Nike soccer field is, in fact, a grassroots charity plea for those in need. The message of “Stay Warm” sits atop a rudimentary house with a […]

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London Kaye Brings RHCP’s Flea to The Lower East Side

Last modified July 30, 2015 at 11:47 am

There’s another yarn bomber rocking the Lower East Side. Part Olek, part HOTTEA, fellow New Yorker London Kaye is adorning the outdoor surfaces of the city with her clever crocheting. One of her more recent pieces depicts a cartoonish Michael Peter Balzary, or, as most of the world knows him – Flea. That’s right, the Red Hot Chili […]

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Street Artist HOTTEA Says ‘UUGGHH’ to What’s Happening at 190 Bowery [VIDEO]

Posted November 25, 2014 at 10:00 am

Looks like even the graffiti artists have something to say about the state of affairs at 190 Bowery, a downtown landmark both in the preservation and street art circles. The hulking 18,000 square-foot property – known as the Germania Bank Building – was apparently sold back in September by photographer Jay Maisel. Yet there isn’t any […]

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HOTTEA Yarn-Bombs the Lower East Side

Posted May 10, 2012 at 6:28 am

Olek isn’t the only graffiti artist yarn-bombing the Lower East Side these days. Meet HOTTEA.

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