We’re all missing the streets of NYC (you never know what you got ’til it’s gone, right?), and though clicking around Google maps isn’t quite the same, their Arts & Culture program is letting you experience our amazing street art once again.
They also have this feature for museums like the Guggenheim, but we especially like the “getting outdoors” option (whatever that means at this point!). If you visit their “9 Amazing Street Art Murals in New York,” you’re able to click into the murals they’ve selected from a street view, moving around 360-degrees to take it all in.
From the “Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera” mural in Brooklyn to “Hammer Boy” by Banksy on the Upper West Side, to Freeman Alley on the Lower East Side, which is better preserved because it’s not as exposed to sunlight and features artists like Hanksy and ASVP, you can explore all your favorite colorful spots without leaving home (which you definitely shouldn’t).
Though some of the art has changed since these were recorded, they’re still a delightful change from staring at our apartment walls!
featured image source: Instagram / @voyanyc