Brooklyn-based street artist ND’A is known for his large murals of crazy-looking creatures and colorful abstract shapes. He recently painted a new work in NYC's Little Italy. It features golden sculptures of a dog, a cherry, and pearls. Oh, you fancy huh?
The work is part of The LISA Project, which is an exciting program in New York that presents a diverse group of street artists in downtown Manhattan on Mulberry Street, between Broome and Canal. They have done a great job documenting a wonderful roster of street artists who have participated in the project. They have gotten Ron English, Hanksy, and even more talented artists. You should definitely check out the epic murals they have documented on their website.
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