Clayton’s Corner: Wolfpack and the Hound [PHOTOS]

Posted on: February 25th, 2016 at 10:51 am by
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Mukunda Angulo. Posing on Ludlow Street with friend. One of six siblings highlighted in the acclaimed documentary, The Wolfpack, by director Crystal Moselle. What made these kids different is that their father confined them to their apartment for 14 years. The movie has been well received by a wide audience.

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Spring Blitz. Sammy’s Spring Roll was cooking up a batch of Hong Kong waffles as part of the Wong Brothers’ pop-up last weekend. The line went all the way down the block and around the corner thanks to a social media push.

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Cuba Scott. The model posing during a visit to the Outlaw Art Museum at 161 Essex street.

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Lee Hound. This is a wall on the west side Allen Street that carried, for many years, a mural by Lee Quinones. In the last few years, the piece (“Allen Boys”) was mostly removed, and the remainder faded. HOUND recently tagged it.

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Front Door Series. Posing in front of the Outlaw Art Museum on Essex Street. (L-R) Artist Tom Otterness, my wife Elsa Rensaa, poet Harry Nudel, and filmmaker Ethan Minsker.

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Same old shit. Outlaw Arts Show was called Born & Bred featuring native NYC artists with a heavy focus on lettering and hand styles. This is Al Al Diaz, who co-created the SAMO tag (“same old shit”) with Basquiat sometime in 1977 while smoking weed.

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