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COST and DAIN Paste up 7-Story Collaboration on Allen and Delancey

Posted December 20, 2016 at 5:10 am

The southeast corner of Allen and Delancey Streets is becoming its own beacon of street art, continuing a trajectory most recently forged by “The New Allen” project. Latest is the old bank-to-condo building at 77 Delancey, which now boasts a seven-story collaboration between legendary wheat-paster COST and Brooklyn-based DAIN. It took more than two weeks […]

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Iconic Street Artist COST Was Arrested Yesterday After Pasting in Meatpacking District

Posted October 9, 2014 at 6:10 am

COST is one of the most prolific street vandals in the game, having returned to form after a lengthy hiatus. Since his comeback in 2010, the 45-year-old Queens native (Adam Cole) puts up a dizzying number of bills each week, usually of the “Adam COST” or “COST ENX” variety. Now the party is over. The 45-year-old […]

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Profiling the Return of COST to the Streets

Last modified March 28, 2013 at 1:47 pm

If you pay attention to the streets, you’ve likely noticed a feverish uptick in the number of COST pasters around the Lower East Side. Most are of the “COST Was Here” or “COST Fucked Madonna” variety, and they are indeed legit. The legend even participated in the Centre-fuge art project on East First Street last […]

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