The Graffiti Hall of Fame is located at 106th Street and Park Avenue. At one time or another, it has been the canvas of some of the greatest graffiti artists of all time. Including "Seen", "Revolt", "Beam" and "Doze".
THE GRAFFITTI HALL OF FAME HAS JUST UNDERGONE A MILLION DOLLAR RENOVATION, THERE'S NO EVENTS BEING HELD ANYMORE.
basicly you cant go paint there if you dont have a permision and you can paint there only one moment in the year its before school starts or something in the summer but yes mostly there are kings and all good or famous writers so i dont think that everbody can get up there its maybe even a voting system: you show them your sketch and they agree or not...
The walls are around a school playground, accessible only on weekends when schoolchildren are not present. pictor
Anyone CANNOT paint there. If you want a legal spot, get in contact with Cope2 or Owns from Brooklyn. 5 points is also good.
The wall is gone, as confirmed by the streetview https://goo.gl/KyrHxI
Is this wall still safe to paint?