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Historic graffiti mural discovered in Manhattan building

A bit of New York City graffiti archeology: “A large mural that was created by some of graffiti’s earliest pioneers was discovered recently in a 10-story limestone building in SoHo just as developers were converting it into luxury condominiums.” It’s from the 70’s and includes original work from pioneers like futura 2000. It’s going to be unveiled tonight as part of a graffiti show at a new gallery called Gallery 151 on Wooster and will run until mid-February. (Thanks Dave)

December 13, 2007