Garrett Wasserman

Billykirk Bringing Leather Goods to Former Gargyle Space on Orchard Street

Posted July 21, 2014 at 5:46 am

In a city where scaffolding appears one day and stays for an eternity, it’s always a great feeling when the skeleton of iron is finally deposed. So, we can now rejoice at the removal of the sidewalk bridge from outside Leadbelly on Orchard Street … which had been decorated by street artist Garrett Wasserman. From […]

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Garrett Wasserman’s ‘Lower East Side Story’ on Essex Street Attracts Hate

Posted July 10, 2014 at 9:10 am

Many in the neighborhood took offense to the hunky dory “Lower East Side Story” mural that street artist Garrett Wasserman (aka “People”) painted on Essex Street last month. Especially since he overwrote local Marty Mar’s piece (possibly by accident). Clayton Patterson, who lives right next door (for the time being), wrote that “For us, and […]

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Clayton’s Corner: What is the True ‘Lower East Side Story’ Behind the Mural?

Last modified June 20, 2014 at 12:57 pm

The last mural beside my front door on Essex Street was done by local Hispanic artist Marty Mar, and was supposed to remain in this location. This relatively new artist pictured above – Garrett Wasserman (aka “People”) – was supposed to paint a mural in one of the smaller areas. “Lower East Side Story” is […]

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Garrett Wasserman Paints ‘People’ Profiles Across the Lower East Side (and on Leadbelly)

Posted May 30, 2014 at 10:00 am

Los Angeles-based artist Garrett Wasserman is fairly prolific on the streets of the Lower East Side these days. You’ve probably encountered his work painted on plywood enclosures at the various project sites around the ‘hood. Much of Wasserman’s output focuses on portraits of diversity, usually signed with the tag “Heart People.” This is his bio: […]

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