L’asso cuts out the middle man by serving brick oven slices alongside it’s full liquor bar, meaning you won’t even have to give up your stool to grease your fingers and burn the roof of your mouth.
After the dinner customers leave, the tables get pushed to the side to reveal the dance floor, with a boogie-soul soundtrack provided by the FATLAB’s own Bennett4$enate.
Saturday April 12th.
Tunes from 11pm-4am
Slices sold til 3am.
192 Mott St. at Kenmare (map)
J to Bowery
6 to Spring+Lafayette
In 2004 I released a project called Graffiti Taxonomy and since then I have been receiving regular email requests to make prints and posters. I have recently revisited the project and am now releasing my first ever series of limited edition signed and numbered prints. The Lower East Side ‘E’ was created from tags photographed in March of 2008. It is the first in an ongoing series of graffiti character studies titled ‘A,E,I,O,U’. The prints were made by master printers right here in Brooklyn and can be purchased at the new ni9e store.
(More photos up here).
The original project is archived here.
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