Astoria Mountain Park: An idea whose time has come.

March 10th, 2014


On the northeast border of Astoria, there is a forest covered urban mountain whose origins are shrouded in mystery. This would make a great location for a very unique new park. Unfortunately though, this forest and 'mountain' may be bulldozed soon.

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Phreights Phlicked in Philly XV (Philly Juice special!!!!)

January 23rd, 2014


The LTV Guide to Looting Heat

January 19th, 2014

AYE IT’S FUCKING COLD IN NYC IN THE WINTER. POLAR VORTEXES WILL FREEZE YOUR BALLS OFF! FUEL COSTS TONS OF MONEY, CON ED WANTS YOUR FIRST BORN CHILD, AND IF YOUR RENTING YOUR LANDLORD IS PROBABLY A CHEAP FUCK THAT WON’T GIVE YOU NEARLY ENOUGH HEAT.

FUCK ALL THIS SHIT – LOOT THE HEAT IN THESE 2 EASY STEPS.

LTV RULE NUMBER 3: IF IT EXISTS, IT CAN BE LOOTED!

Who wants to play Bloomberg-opoly?

December 30th, 2013


A few years ago a goon I know created this - I thought it'd be nice to updated it a little and bring back for Bloomberg's finally few hours in office.
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Phreights Phlicked in Philly XIV (tracksides)

December 30th, 2013


Just some track side flicks to tide you over while I get some more freights....

Wish you all the best for 2014!

The Original Queens Mattress Van

December 29th, 2013


BedBugExpress

Accept No Imitations!

“6 ptz” – QP’s Illegal Graffiti Gallery

December 15th, 2013




During the autumn of 2013, while many NYC art blogs were obsessing over Banksy and the lost of 5 points, NYC's graffiti community created a gallery of their own just up the street from 5 pointz, within the old CN West/QP's Marketplace buildings. (more…)

C. N. West Disinfectant Company / QP’s Boxcar Marketplace

December 15th, 2013




In the heart of Long Island City, an abandoned factory with a long history has become yet another symbol for the drastic changes taking place in this part of NYC. (more…)

Iron Triangle, December 2013

December 3rd, 2013




The iron triangle is a true working mans neighborhood. Filled with makeshift auto shops, an iron works, junkyards, a trash transfer facility and (oddly enough) a spice factory. Here - people work and work hard, in an area deprived of virtually all city services.
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Why NYC Graffiti Writers Hate Banksy

October 10th, 2013


So now that Banksy has been repeated dissed on the streets of NYC, his fans (and apparently even Banksy himself) are wondering why he is so well hated here. There is a variety of reasons:

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