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King?

King?

Graffiti on a TriBeCa building. Lower Manhattan, New York City.

Edit: I think I found who is the author, - Raphael Fédérici also known by the nickname Paris Sketch Culture (PSC).

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October 28, 2016
Van Gogh’s Ear at Rockefeller Center

Van Gogh’s Ear at Rockefeller Center

Van Gogh’s Ear is a four and a half ton swimming pool sculpture created by a Scandinavian artist duo Elmgreen & Dragset. The sculpture is installed in the Fifth Avenue entrance to the Channel Gardens at Rockefeller Center.

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August 15, 2016
Urban Rattle Sculpture by Charlie Hewitt

Urban Rattle Sculpture by Charlie Hewitt

Urban Rattle sculpture is installed on a private property next to a rental complex and can be seen from the High Line Park.

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June 14, 2016
Sleepwalker at the High Line Park

Sleepwalker at the High Line Park

Sleepwalker - a realistic sculpture by Tony Matelli of a somnambulant man roaming about in a deep sleep.

While I was photographing, many people were confusing it for a "living statue" performer. One man even put money by the statue and a high-line worker had to explain to him that this was a statue and wouldn't have any use for his money. Everyone laughed.

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June 14, 2016
Part of the Irish Hunger Memorial

Part of the Irish Hunger Memorial

This is a part of the Irish Hunger Memorial, dedicated to the Great Irish Famine. These ruins, which reside amid skyscrapers, is a reconstruction of an authentic Irish cottage. Stones, soil, and vegetation brought from Ireland. The memorial is located in the Battery Park City neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City. Built in 2002.

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May 20, 2016
Big Red Foot, Chicago

Big Red Foot, Chicago

Big Red Foot at St James Episcopal Church, Chicago, IL. Very little
information about this on the Internet, but I think it is a public
sculpture by Mary Seyfarth, and, as I understand - it is nonstationary - can be in other place when you see it next time.

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December 24, 2011