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New York City’s doors are among the most expressive anywhere — sporting everything from tags and stickers to sophisticated images. Here’s a sampling:

NYC-based designer Jordan Betten in Chelsea

Betten

Faile in Brooklyn

Faile street art

Bast in TriBeCa

Bast street art

Philadelphia-based Doug Nox aka Harlequin in Brooklyn

Harlequin

TAG’s Army of One and Adam Dare on Manhattan’s Lower East Side

Army of One & Adam Dare

Cash4 Smells tag, Jellyfish and more in Greenpoint, Brooklyn

Cash4 and Smells and Jellyfish

Katsu on the exterior of Eyebeam in Chelsea

Katsu

Photos by Lenny Collado, Dani Mozeson and Lois Stavsky

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Boasting first-rate hand styles, cunning commentary and intriguing characters, the stickers that surface on NYC streets are among the best anywhere. Here is a brief sampling:

Australian born painter and installation artist Anthony Lister

Anthony Lister

First-rate hand stylist(s) Aidge and Serch

Aidge

Queens-based artist, curator and educator Alice Mizrachi aka AM

Alice Mizrachi

One of Curly’s playful statements — though usually handwritten

Curly

Brooklyn-based artist RAE

RAE

NYC’s prolific Katsu

Katsu

The legendary NYC-based artist Billi Kid in collaboration with the Russian-born graphic designer and illustrator Street Grapes

Billi Kid and Street Grapes on sticker

 Photos by Lenny Collado, Dani Mozeson, Tara Murray and Lois Stavsky

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