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The Swatch Art Peace Hotel isn’t just a hotel—it’s an active studio where artists live and work.

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The Swatch Art Peace Hotel isn’t just a hotel—it’s an active studio where artists live and work.

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UrbanDaddy | Slideshow: Hotel Indigo and Mr. Purple

Gallery | Hotel Indigo® Lower East Side

Gallery | Hotel Indigo® Lower East Side

Here, famed graffiti artist Keith Haring, who also used the city landscape as his canvas, making chalk drawings and graffiti-inspired radiant people flanked by atoms and three-eyed smiling faces across the city. His art was everywhere in the 80’s and early 90’s and his legend lives on today through his work.

Here, famed graffiti artist Keith Haring, who also used the city landscape as his canvas, making chalk drawings and graffiti-inspired radiant people flanked by atoms and three-eyed smiling faces across the city. His art was everywhere in the 80’s and early 90’s and his legend lives on today through his work.

The children’s drawings that can been seen here in this graffiti polaroid, Lee captured his own fond memories playing on the streets his beloved LES neighborhood.

The children’s drawings that can been seen here in this graffiti polaroid, Lee captured his own fond memories playing on the streets his beloved LES neighborhood.

Lou Romano, Concept Art, Syndrome's Lair, The Incredibles (2004), gouache on board. Photo: courtesy of Pixar Animation Studios.

Lou Romano, Concept Art, Syndrome's Lair, The Incredibles (2004), gouache on board. Photo: courtesy of Pixar Animation Studios.

In, Crossing the Delancey, artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, is seen experimenting with music. Right before he become a celebrated painter he formed an Industrial-sound band, Gray, with performance artist Michael Holman and Lee Taylor.

In, Crossing the Delancey, artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, is seen experimenting with music. Right before he become a celebrated painter he formed an Industrial-sound band, Gray, with performance artist Michael Holman and Lee Taylor.

Erasmus Habermel, Astronomical Compendium (Louvre)

Erasmus Habermel, Astronomical Compendium (Louvre)

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