Prince

Another Prince Tribute Appears on Ludlow Street ‘7 Hours and 13 Days’ from His Death

Posted May 5, 2016 at 5:12 am

An impromptu Prince tribute appeared on Ludlow Street last night. The modest memorial – at the foot of the “Nothing Compares 2 U” mural by Adrian Wilson – was timed to coincide with the lyric of the Prince-penned track popularized by Sinead O’Connor. The opening line is, “it’s been seven hours and thirteen days since you took […]

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As with David Bowie, the ‘Graffiti Room’ is Exploiting Prince’s Death for Sales

Posted May 2, 2016 at 9:32 am

Much like with David Bowie, the Graffiti Room restaurant is now capitalizing on the death of Prince. Its ad-art wall around the corner on Kenmare Street now boasts a mural of the departed artist, complete with purple paint splatter (rain) on the sidewalk below. As before, the issue is more the blatant advertisement of Graffiti […]

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Prince Memorial Mural Painted in Vacant Ludlow Street Lot

Posted April 25, 2016 at 5:10 am

You saw it and you’re still in mourning. The departure of Prince, so soon after that of David Bowie, is gut wrenching. Memorials are popping up all over Manhattan, yet somewhat predictably in the Prince Street subway station. There we’ve seen the placement of “P” and “Symbol” stickers for the fictional addition of two new […]

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