RIME, DCEVE & TOPER Pay Homage to “Wild Style” w/ Chinatown Piece

Artists RIME, DCEVE and TOPER took to high above the streets of Chinatown in New York City to provide dashes of color and lettering reminiscent of Charlie Ahearn’s 1983 cult film, Wild Style. Big, bold and colorful like pieces from the past, the trio of artists went big enough so that it can be seen from the Manhattan Bridge. Thanks in large part to their “creative” means of getting up, only time will tell how long this piece lasts before the buff brigade shows up with their palomino beige brushstrokes.


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