In New York City, if the brick and plaster walls street side are filled, the determined street artist will seek out a place to create their work. In this image, a street artist painted their image on a piece of corrugated tin. This artist found an impromptu canvas on a rooftop near the Highline, a linear park built on an elevated soused spur on the New York Central Railing. This image is a perfect example not only artist talent, but also their creativity.

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