STREET ART IN BROOKLYN

Originally, the best street art in New york could be observed in 5 Pointz, in the Queens, but after being repainted, and then destroyed, the district of Bushwick has become the new trendy neighborhood for the Street Art’s artists.
Graffiti are constantly changing, which a new look to Buswhick’s district days after days.
But many other spots also offer Street Art in Brooklyn.

The Bushwick Collective



All photos by Katarina Hybenova for “Bushwick Daily”

The Bushwick Collective is an outdoor gallery composed of more than 50 murals painted by well-known international artists.
Local businesses even provide their walls of their industrial buildings for the artists.
The Bushwick Collective also welcome once per eyar “The Bushwick Collective Party” which allows to see live graffiti artists in full realization.
In addition, many events are organized for children, food trucks are present but also singers.

427 Troutman St, Brooklyn

The DUMBO Walls


Photo: Jeff Greenberg/Getty Images

DUMBO, which means “Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass,” is also a great spot to admire Street Art in Brooklyn.
You can see 8 painted walls across DUMBO, that has solicited artists from around the world.
This project was presented by the IDB and the company Two Trees in partnership with New York City Department of Transportation Urban Art Program (NYCDOT), Wooster Collective and Jonathan LeVine Gallery.

DUMBO, Brooklyn

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