Category Archives: Graffiti

Mr. Bones & Ms. Pigeon – Chinatown, NYC

© Frank H. Jump

Mr. Bones lurking
Grimacing above Canal
Fighter jet pigeon

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Ft. Tilden Bunker Ruins & Graffiti – April 2009

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Eston Lee Taylor © Frank H. Jump

Eston Lee Taylor © Frank H. Jump

Graffiti Plywood & London Squire – ENY/Cypress Hills, Brooklyn

© Frank H. Jump, 2003

© Frank H. Jump, 2003

Laundromat – Dry Cleaning – Graffiti – July, 2008 – Barcelona, Spain

July 2008 © Frank H. Jump

Home Pick-up & Delivery © Frank H. Jump

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Off La Ronda del Littoral © Frank H. Jump

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Wholesale Poultry – Skull Graffiti – Urban Ediglyph – Savannah, GA

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Winter Olympic Murals – Torino, Italy – August 2008

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Street Art – Brunswick Street – Jersey City, NJ

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Graffiti – Van Dam Street – Long Island City, Queens

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

New World Disorder – Carcasses & Chimeras – Ft. Tilden Beach, Rockaway

Ft. Tilden Beach Bunker © Frank H. Jump

Ft. Tilden Beach Bunker © Frank H. Jump

Ft. Tilden Beach Bunker © Frank H. Jump

Dead Seagull - Ft. Tilden Beach © Frank H. Jump

Ft. Tilden Beach Bunker © Frank H. Jump

Dead Horsehoe Crab with Barnacles - Ft. Tilden Beach © Frank H. Jump

Originally at Fading Ad Campaign Website © Frank H. Jump

Originally at Fading Ad Campaign Website © Frank H. Jump

Life Is Beautiful – Mr. Brainwash – Campbell’s Condensed Tomato Spray – NE Corner of Kenmare & Mott- Little Italy, NY

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Calabro Real Estate – Graffiti – Nostrand Avenue – Gerritsen Beach, Brooklyn

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BE-9 telephone exchange © Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Clearly visible is the BEachview telephone exchange.

More on phone exchanges:

Waterhead – Graffiti – Historic Wilmington, NC

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Pro-Indian Graffiti – Montréal, Canada – 1991

Freedom for Indians © Frank H. Jump

Freedom for Indians © Frank H. Jump

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Mohawks Free (self-portrait) © Frank H. Jump

Greenpoint Graffiti Mural Face – Greenpoint, Brooklyn NY

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© Frank H. Jump

Writing on the Wall – Campus Progress dot org – Book Review

A new academic book on graffiti offers a far too uncritical look at the art form.

By Ben Adler
October 29, 2008


A New York Transit Authority Number 1 subway car bearing the graffiti tag “Dani.” (AP Photo/NYPD)

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© Frank H. Jump

In his review of Graffiti Lives: Beyond the Tag in New York’s Urban Underground by Gregory Snyder, a sociologist and anthropologist at Baruch College in New York City – Adler asks:

So rather than attempting that, I wish that Snyder had devoted some space and energy to seriously examining questions he should have tackled: Can graffiti be harnessed as a force for social change? Do political pieces like this one [photo above] awaken the minds of the disengaged?