Nothing is more exciting for a street art fan in New York City then when a new artists starts to work on the legendary Bowery Mural. For three or four days there is an excitement in the air as art fans from all over the city check in daily to see the artists vision unfold
The Bushwick Collective is celebrating five years of beautifying the Jefferson stop off the L train in Bushwick Brooklyn with blocks upon blocks of murals by the who’s who of the street art world. Over the years the roster has included Blek Le Rat, Tristan Eaton, Buff Monster, Cyrcle, Tats Cru, Solus, Jerkface, and SO
The latest addition to the Bushwick Collective’s collection of murals in New York City is a new piece by Owen Dippie which was just completed earlier this week in trendy Brooklyn.The American artist quickly painted this epic tribute to Keith Haring which is sure going to be popular amongst the local crowd.Continue reading for more
This past weekend was The Bushwick Collective’s 4rd annual block party featuring musical acts like Dj Evil Dee of Black Moon and Fat Joe who rocked the entire block while a plethora of street artists painted every usable wall surrounding the festivities. As always Buff Monster blessed the patrons by painting this new mural live.
Yesterday in New York City, Dasic Fernandez was also painting for the Bushwick Collective Annual Block Party in Brooklyn.The Chilean-artist spent a few hours working on this vibrant artwork depicting a woman rendered using paint-splatter. The woman is laying down in a white paint pond where it seems like she’s slowly being absorbed.Continue reading for
Earlier this afternoon, Jerkface finished working on a brand new piece which was painted for the annual block party organized by the good lads from The Bushwick Collective in New York City.True to himself, the American artist spent two days working on this crossover image blending Homer Simpson and SpongeBob. Jerkface’s street art is described as
It’s finally Spring time in New York City and all five boroughs are exploding with new street art. It seems like I need to take my camera everywhere I go and take photos of multiple artists work at each location. A couple weeks ago I was lucky enough to be asked by the king of
Cyrcle who is one of LA’s rising stars in street art invaded NYC this week to produce a solo mural for The Bushwick Collective, and a collaborative piece with ex-new yorker Tristan Eaton (Post for the collaborative piece to follow soon). Known for his bold typography mixed with intricate backgrounds, cycle has once again turned
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