Get Out and Explore

It’s Street Art Summer

 

On the corner of Prince & Broadway is a square of sidewalk you might not notice at first wander. It’s worth a stop though. Started by Ken Hiratsuka in 1983 and finished in 1984, the 2-year project is just one of over 40 sidewalks carved around NYC by Mr. Hiratsuka since.

Stop by to see for yourself if his artwork follows his one rule in the city of no rules – the line never crosses itself. Stay close but wander to Bond Street for an entire block of single line goodness. And if you’re feeling super adventurous and exploratory, head to the Verrazano Narrows Bridge and discover a whole hidden wall of caved rock.

Where: NYC Streets

  • Prince Street & Broadway
  • 25 Bond Street
  • Elliott Street
  • 21st Street Brooklyn
  • 250 E Houston Street

Read more about Ken Hiratsuka here.