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Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

Illegal Ads Cover Illegal Art

Image: amolho4

Looks like this great Conor Harrington that quietly resided¬†for the past ten month on the corner of W. 13th and Washington Streets in Manhattan’s West Village has finally run it’s course. It would be disappointing but understandable if the mural had been defaced by other graffiti writers or reclaimed by the wall’s rightful owners. Instead, it has been covered by yet another illegal NPA City Outdoor advertisement, which the Public Ad Campaign have been diligently documenting. Keep up the good work guys, and a nod to LunaPark as well for being early on the lead.

Image: sabeth718

Posted by ATARMS | Filed in Graffiti, Legal, Outdoor

One Response to “Illegal Ads Cover Illegal Art”

  1. August 13th, 2009 at 12:24 pm

    the art collectors » Update :: Conor Harrington Mural Liberated said:

    […] this week we reported that an unsolicited ¬†New York City street mural created by British painter Conor Harrington had […]

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