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    Best New York City Street Art Of 2013

    The best from Gotham's best, so far.

    1. Anti-smoking mural created by the art group El Puente.


    In Williamsburg.

    2. Jilly Ballistic hits the NYPD.

    Click here to see more of Ballistic's NYC work.

    3. By Aakash Nihalani.


    Click here to see more of Nihalani's amazing optical illusion street art from around the world.

    4. by OverUnder x ND’A x Irgh.


    On Suffolk Street.

    5. Comandante Biggie


    The upper half, painted by Street Artist CERN, was designed by John Garcia, a 21-year-old artist and Parsons senior. The pigeons, in the lower half, were done by the legendary Lee Quinones - one of the founders of New York City subway graffiti movement from the mid-1970s.

    6. Mural by Joel Bergner.

    Via Flickr: johnfullard

    In Bushwick.

    7. Posterboy cuts up a stupid Gap subway poster.

    8. "Status Update" by KATSU.


    Said KATSU: “With the internet being literally woven into the human experience i cannot stand by and not voice my discontent with those who plan on owning our lives… I want the ability for people to permanently remove their information from Facebook… that is not possible. I want Facebook to adequately explain to all users the extent to which their data will be farmed out and shared.”

    9. Doggies.


    In Greenpoint.

    10. Crucified Mickey, by The New Apostle.


    In Williamsburg.

    11. Now, GET OUT.

    For daily photos of street art all over New York City, The Dusty Rebel is your best source.