When your front door is a street art gallery


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Ever wonder why some doors just seem to attract the attention of street art and graffiti artists? Someone had to be the first person to tag the door, but then how fast does it become a common and known location for other artists? Here’s two examples of doors in New York City that have attracted a wide variety of street art: wheat-paste pieces, marker tags, sticker “slaps,” as well as regular spray-painted tags. At left is the entrance to 192 8th Avenue (between West 19th and 20th Streets), and at right is a door on Gansevoort Street between Washington Street and 9th Avenue.

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doors in NYC that are covered in street art of all types

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