Saturday, May 19, 2012

Alec Monopoly New Mural In NYC


Since Sunday afternoon, Alec Monopoly has been hard at work on the huge plywood shed covering the future EMM joint in New York City.
the LA-based artist whom has just completed his piece is known for his satirical spins using the Monopoly man, in reference to contemporary styles or situations.
The mural located on 199 bowery, seems to be an opus of sorts, incorporating other works from his catalog, notably Jack Nicholson and Bob Dylan.



More pictures after the jump












Pics via the artist and Scoboco

7 comments:

  1. Nothing is tied together same random stuff, looks a construction site with colored "POST NO BILLS." Can we please pay some real mural artist from the east village who are truly artist that deserve to get paid for there talent. his work sucks.

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  2. this shit mad sucks! did someone really pay him to do this???? the police should just go grab this amateur and put everyone out of their misery so we don't have to see any of this garbage around the streets of nyc anymore!

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  3. Hey,

    Well don't hesitate to send us some pics of the murals you are talking about!

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  4. Haters will always be inhibited by prejudice - Alec is a brilliant emerging artist - Graffik Gallery London

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  5. NOT A HATERS JUST AN ART CRITICS, HIS WORK HAS NO DEPTH,CREATIVITY,INGENUITY AND SCHEME BASICALLY....A BUNCH OF STENCIL'S THROW TOGETHER WITH NO CONCEPT AND SPRAY PAINTED OVER. ARTIST??? I, WE, THEY DON'T THINK SO. I START LOOKING FOR ANOTHER FIELD YOUNG MAN.

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  6. FAKE PUNK ASS NI@@A.

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  7. great work alec, love this stuff

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