Train mural tagged in memory of prolific street artist

Artists George Colon and Bio Feliciano stand by their art work.
Photo by Silvio Pacifico

A group of street artists dedicated their latest work to a fallen brother. Brooklyn-based graffiti crew Soul Stoned Brothers and Hunts Point’s own TatsCru painted a mural tribute Saturday, September 6 to Christopher “Shadow” Lee, a prolific street artist who died this year. The artists turned the canvas into a train — and then “tagged” the train, in tribute to “Shadow,” who is the brother of filmmaker Spike Lee. The mural now hangs at The Point Community Development Corporation on Garrison Avenue.

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The completed tribute to Chris “Shadow” Lee, a skilled street artist for decades and brother of filmmaker Spike Lee.
Photo by Silvio Pacifico

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