Graffiti artist Dain papering the town
This Dain is pasted on the mystery red barn building on N. 8th St. between Bedford and Driggs.
Well, the Williamsburg part of town anyway.
While everyone was busy debating whether a painted giraffe that recently appeared on the front of the Roebling Tea Room was the work of the elusive British graffiti artist Bansky or fellow Brit Nick Walker, several doors in the hood were papered by an artist signed Dain. The images are mostly graphic portraits of women.
This smaller portrait was placed on a tile (already there) on the wall of a gallery on Driggs between N. 9th and N. 10 streets.
We don't know much about Dain, yet, but if you do, write in. We've seen this on Flickr and this on The Scenic Sidewalk. Gowanus Lounge spotted a head on Berry, if spot them, we want to know. Here are the images we've collected so far: [PHOTOS]
- Lauren Johnston