Saturday, September 22, 2012

Urban Art: HEF's Wall Comes Crumbling Down

Change stands still for no one.  The exterior walls of the Sunbelt Company lot at the intersection of Wythe Ave. and North 13th Street have long served as a canvas for urban artists HEF and his associates.  Back on September 19th, two walls were their work has prominently been displayed were torn down. 

Replacing such works as Cold Chillin' and Cereal Killers, the last two pieces before the wall came down were completed earlier this year.  Pictured below was their offering on the North 13th Street side.


Around the corner on Wythe Avenue, the neighborhood was dispossessed of this mural.





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