The “Third of May” mural (sampled from Goya’s Third of May), which depicts the stylized plight of the tunnel-dwelling homeless circa 1992 at the Freedom Tunnel under Riverside Park by NY graffiti artist Chris Pape.

(via citynoise)

related: Where Graffiti Met Old Masters, Under Riverside Park (NYT)

The “Third of May” mural (sampled from Goya’s Third of May), which depicts the stylized plight of the tunnel-dwelling homeless circa 1992 at the Freedom Tunnel under Riverside Park by NY graffiti artist Chris Pape.

(via citynoise)

related: Where Graffiti Met Old Masters, Under Riverside Park (NYT)

  1. msleahhbicoftheartroom reblogged this from esquared and added:
    I’m reading Jennifer Toth’s The Mole People. Just finished the part where she describes the making of this mural.
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