Eye Candy: The Freedom Tunnel

27994.jpg

A selection of images of the Freedom Tunnel in NYC – posted over at City Noise by Peter.

From Wikipedia:

The Freedom Tunnel is the name given by urban explorers, graffiti artists, and a handful of homeless people to the Amtrak tunnel under Riverside Park in Manhattan, New York City. It is also the name of the legendary and constantly evolving graffiti pieces that cover the tunnel walls.

The Freedom Tunnel got its name because the graffiti artist Chris “Freedom” Pape used the tunnel walls to create some of his most notable artwork.

The name may also be a reference to the freedom one may find in this tunnel, the freedom to live unobserved, the freedom to create artwork, and freedom from rent [link].

27996.jpg

28001.jpg

28002.jpg

.:: More images over at City Noise ->

Posted: August 27th, 2008
at 7:00am by orangemenace


Categories: photographie,graffiti,eye candy

Comments: 2 comments



 

2 Responses to 'Eye Candy: The Freedom Tunnel'

Subscribe to comments with RSS or TrackBack to 'Eye Candy: The Freedom Tunnel'.

  1. […] Tiefbau. Undaberauch Graffiti.Kategorie: around the web    Von HerrZee um 12:53 Hier diese hinreisendeFotoserie des Freedom-Tunnels in NewYork gesehen, die ich Ihnen nich vorenthalten will. Mehr dazu u.a. hier hier hier hier […]

     

  2. thanks for the link! :)

    Citynoise.org

    11 Dec 08 at 10:32 am

     


 

Leave a Reply