It's been a couple of months since we found out that the mysterious building at 11 Spring Street would be converted into condos. Graffiti fans around the world instantly went into mourning, as the walls of 11 Spring have long been considered one of the finest streetart galleries in the United States, and redevelopment indicated that they'd soon be erased. But not so fast! Wooster Collective seems to be sponsoring a new project at the building, and if the shots of the interior are any indication, they've got the cooperation of the new owners:
Watch this space - literally.
If you're an artist who we've featured on the Wooster website in the last 5 years and you're coming through Manhattan in the next six week, drop us a note.
And if you're in New York, don't make any plans for the second week in December ;)
More information coming soon....
So far, The London Police and Michael DeFeo have paid visits-- painting on the south side of the building. We'll keep tabs at Streetsy as other artists come through. Is this new project a sign that the new owners will keep the walls the way they are? Let's hope so.