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Artist Ron English Teams up with High Times for ‘Popaganja’ Pop-Up on Orchard Street

Posted October 19, 2016 at 5:16 am

Weed and paint is in the air on Orchard Street. Not just the Weedmaps office… Riffing on his “Popaganda” art series, street artist Ron English just announced a gallery-retail collaboration with High Times magazine called “Popaganja.” The pop-up event launches next week at 147 Orchard Street, hosted by designer Brian Wood’s eponymous boutique. The “bodega,” as […]

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Bowery Graffiti Wall Scraped Clean of Ron English Mural; Painting Begins Tomorrow

Posted September 9, 2015 at 5:13 am

Nearly five months on, the Bowery graffiti wall is ready for its seasonal street makeover. Like clockwork. In other words, that’s the end for Ron English and his “All American Temper Tot.” A small detachment of workers was onsite early yesterday morning to scrape and prime the one-story canvas for the next in line. We are told […]

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The LISA Project Inaugurates the 1st Annual ‘LoMan Mural Festival’ Today

Posted August 5, 2015 at 10:22 am

Today marks the inaugural kickoff of the LoMan Art Festival. Presented by the Little Italy Street Art Project, the event brings a bunch of big names (Ron English, Os Gemeos, Beau Stanton, Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, TATS CRU, LUDO, Solus) and new murals to Lower Manhattan. Blank store gates and walls – in over twenty-one different neighborhoods – will be fresh with spray paint […]

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Ron English Mural on the Bowery is Scrubbed Clean

Last modified June 12, 2015 at 9:24 am

The never-ending battle between commissioned street artists and the inevitable slew of taggers continues at the Bowery graffiti wall. We reported earlier this week that the “All American Temper Tot” mural painted by Ron English had received a few blemishes. Turns out the stunt (“Fuck TV, create art”) was created by MrStarCity, who was trying to make […]

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Ron English Mural on the Bowery Graffiti Wall Was Finally Violated

Posted June 10, 2015 at 5:13 am

It’s a rite of passage for all street artists who decorate the world famous Bowery graffiti wall. That of getting tagged to shit. Following this trend, the latest artwork – “All American Temper Tot” by Ron English – was finally vandalized earlier this week. There are a bunch of scrawls beneath the so-called tot, plus […]

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Here is the Ron English ‘All American Temper Tot’ on the Bowery Graffiti Wall

Posted April 18, 2015 at 9:01 am

That was quick. The Bowery graffiti wall is already sheathed in its new mural. In a matter of hours yesterday, artist Ron English rolled on his wheat-paste creation to the year-long-stagnating wall at the corner of East Houston. It’s called the “All American Temper Tot,” and features the hulkish green baby (i.e. the Temper Tot) […]

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After a Year of Inactivity, Ron English is the Next Artist to Paint the Bowery Graffiti Wall

Posted April 17, 2015 at 5:10 am

The mobile boom was rolled into place beside the freshly-constructed Bowery graffiti wall early yesterday morning. In covering this slab for years, this is the surest signal that a change of the guard is in the cards. Indeed, the next entrant is already at bat to paint a mural here. Acclaimed street artist Ron English has […]

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The Ron English ‘Cereal Killer’ Campaign at myplasticheart on Forsyth

Posted August 29, 2013 at 11:15 am

If you’ve ambled past the myplasticheart designer toy shop on Forsyth lately, this candid “cereal killer” campaign may have caught your eye.

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Art Crawl Today for “Art of Comedy” Murals on Mulberry Street

Posted November 10, 2012 at 11:06 am

Today is the official public unveiling of the Little Italy street art destination along Mulberry Street.

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“Art of Comedy” Murals Coming to Mulberry Street (Hanksy, Ron English et al)

Last modified October 26, 2012 at 12:54 pm

Little Italy’s concerted effort to revamp its image is poised to take another turn.

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