November 2009

After eight months graffEATinyc.com documented just short of 800 photographs of food graffiti images, murals, tags, and stickers. November and December wouldn’t prove as fruitful, but they weren’t without some good finds. One was the mural outside Kampuchea,

November’s greatest find was ‘Cubano,’ graffiti in a different form. Not sprayed, stuck or painted, but more permanently displayed– in concrete. Food graff underfoot.

— Arthur Bovino

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