Maya Hayuk is the Latest Artist to Paint the Bowery Graffiti Wall

Posted on: February 2nd, 2014 at 9:15 am by
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It’s that time of the year again.

The boom apparatus arrived Friday morning, signaling the quarterly change of the guard at the Bowery graffiti wall. And sure as shit, the new paint job began yesterday. A series of criss-crossed paint strokes cover the two-story surface.

The latest commissioned artist working here is Maya Hayuk. Maintaining a home base in Brooklyn (natch), the creative specializes in highly symmetrical, yet psychedelic murals.

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Maya Hayuk takes the proverbial torch from Swoon and her Sandy-inspired wheat-paste masterpiece. Which is all fine and good, but if you look above, the whitewashed PIXOTE tag is still quite visible.

Here is an example of another piece of hers to get a better idea of the final product.

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Parking garage in Cologne, Photo: Maya Hayuk

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