1. A growing crowd gathers to watch Barcelona-based street artist Francisco de Pajaro (Art Is Trash) working on an installation in SoHo, NYC

    More photos on TheDustyRebel: thedustyrebel.com/tagged/art-is-trash

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  2. Street video installation by Nora Breen left at Orchard and Broome in the Lower East Side.

    Interview with Nora Breen on TheDustyRebel: thedustyrebel.com/post/120455107312/interview-nora-breen

    Nora Breen on Instagram: instagram.com/norabreenproject/

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  3. Another video installation by Nora Breen left on Crosby Street in Soho, NYC. Again, a really interesting integration of street art with technology.

    Interview with Nora Breen on TheDustyRebel: thedustyrebel.com/post/120455107312/interview-nora-breen

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  4. Walking up Crosby Street in Soho, I noticed this cylinder attached to a pole. After looking more closely at it, I discovered a video playing within. This video installation is one of my favorite finds in a long time. I have yet to figure out who the artist is, but its a fascinating integration of street art with technology. [UPDATE: The artist is Nora Breen]

    Interview with Nora Breen on TheDustyRebel: thedustyrebel.com/post/120455107312/interview-nora-breen

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  5. Jim Power, The Mosaic Man, explains the history and meaning of his work - which he started 30 years ago - and advocates for its preservation.

    More photos of Jim Power, The Mosaic Man's work: thedustyrebel.com/tagged/jim-power

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