The presence of oil in parts of Greenpoint is well documented, but it looks like someone wants the oil to be cleaned up. This morning there was artwork in the Queens-bound Nassau Avenue G stop asking for a stop to the oil spills. The artwork shows drops of oil on the walls of the station, pools of oil collected on the floors, and paper towels for straphangers to clean up the spill. Reader Shannan tells us that the paper towels said something to the effect of "no more oil spills."

If the oil piece is still up or you have photos of it, email us at photos@gothamist.com or tag your photo 'gothamist' on flickr.

Update: Kara sent over a couple more images of the Nassau oil spill. At the pools of oil at the bottom is the address greenpointoilspill.com. The new photos show that the paper towels say "What is it doing to our bodies?" in three languages.