Ace friend Curtis Kulig, the man  behind the “Love Me” stickers and graff tags that can be seen all over  NYC, LA and Tokyo, has painted his notorious tag on the wall of room 1103 at Ace New York, with help from his friend Brandee. From the VMan Mag blog:

For his latest tagging venture, Kulig stands precariously with one  foot on a desk and another on a dresser, spilling paint as he does so.  It’s the middle of the day, but he isn’t worried about getting caught.  That’s because the Ace Hotel on Broadway and 28th Street has asked Kulig  to take over an entire room with his now infamous tag.  

Also, see a video of the installation going up, and newlyweds in an elevator.




Photos via VMan and NYC Bridgerunners

Ace friend Curtis Kulig, the man behind the “Love Me” stickers and graff tags that can be seen all over NYC, LA and Tokyo, has painted his notorious tag on the wall of room 1103 at Ace New York, with help from his friend Brandee. From the VMan Mag blog:

For his latest tagging venture, Kulig stands precariously with one foot on a desk and another on a dresser, spilling paint as he does so. It’s the middle of the day, but he isn’t worried about getting caught. That’s because the Ace Hotel on Broadway and 28th Street has asked Kulig to take over an entire room with his now infamous tag.  

Also, see a video of the installation going up, and newlyweds in an elevator.

Photos via VMan and NYC Bridgerunners


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