Street Artist Rae Installs Impressive Illicit Artwork at Spring Street Subway Station

By - Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

Recently New York City street artist Rae chose to fill a previously empty spot above the entrance of the A/C/E Subway station on Spring Street. Framed by subway tiles, the blank spot, which has been there for years, looking like it must have once been the location of a sign, or something. When seen at first glance the installed artwork blends in with the natural surroundings of the subway station looking like an official commission. But a closer look reveals an ambitious illicit street art project (that might as well received the support from the city.) Check out the photos for a better idea of this new installation by Rae. Photo: Austin Pinon

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