Amon welcomes Jimmy Barbetti to the show. They talk about what happens when life hands you synchronicity, life as a street artist, how Jimmy got into graffiti, what does life’s a trip mean to him, the Broadway Bomb, being an aspiring graphics designer, the difference between street art and graffiti, skating and his rock band.
This station makes it easy to arrive in NoHo/ Soho you can connect to the B, D, F or M trains to the 6 train. Take a look above at the ceiling to be immersed with "Hive" by Leo Villareal, a colorful light installation and LED sculpture of neon lights that changes colors.
In 1966, famed photographer Jay Maisel spent $102,000 on the run down190 Bowery, a former NYC bank that dates back to New York's Gilded Age. This iconic landmark of the New York street art and graffiti scene is undergoing another transformation.
Scooped Up - Jimmy Barbetti’s band
Connect with Jimmy Barbetti
This episode is sponsored by Gorilla Coffee.