New York’s most interesting street art of 2010

We polled the NYC graffiti community for a list of the most interesting pieces put up in the last year. Here is the list they gave us. For alternate opinions, some with a less local focus, check out the lists at Unurth, BSA, and Street Spot. And here is a list of all of Gothamist’s great street art and graffiti coverage from the past year.

Deeker in Bushwick (Jake Dobkin)

TipToe in Meat Packing (Jake Dobkin)

Jeff Soto in Chelsea (Jake Dobkin)

Olek in NoLiTa (Jake Dobkin)

Twist on Houston (Jake Dobkin)

Unknown paper craftsman in Williamsburg, with Maya Hayuk in background (Jake Dobkin)

Sir Banksalot in DUMBO (Jake Dobkin)

Roa in Williamsburg (Jake Dobkin)

ElSol25 in Williamsburg (Jake Dobkin)

Elbow Toe in Red Hook (Jake Dobkin)

Various artists, including Gaia, Faust, Skewville, and others, at Electric Windows in Beacon, NY (Jake Dobkin)

Elbowtoe and Chris Stain in Beacon, NY (Jake Dobkin)

Lister in Williamsburg (Jake Dobkin)

Faile/Bast in Bushwick (Jake Dobkin)

Imminent Disaster in DUMBO (Jake Dobkin)

Specter in Williamsburg (with help from Obey) (Jake Dobkin)

Swoon in Red Hook (Jake Dobkin)

Dan Witz in Greenpoint (Jake Dobkin)

Gaia/NohjColey in Williamsburg (Jake Dobkin)

Hush in Chinatown (Jake Dobkin)

Os Gemeos in Chelsea (Jake Dobkin)