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A New Mural in Bushwick is Here to Remind You of Your Passions

A New Mural in Bushwick is Here to Remind You of Your Passions

A Pop-Up Graffiti Museum in Williamsburg Takes Us Beyond the Streets

A Pop-Up Graffiti Museum in Williamsburg Takes Us Beyond the Streets

The Notorious B.I.G Mural Vandalized in Bushwick

The Notorious B.I.G Mural Vandalized in Bushwick

The defacing of a notable mural featuring B.I.G and Hitchcock in Bushwick leaves the community displeased.

New Williamsburg Mural Celebrates the Puerto Rican Community

New Williamsburg Mural Celebrates the Puerto Rican Community

New Bushwick Murals Send a Powerful Message About Mental Health Awareness

New Bushwick Murals Send a Powerful Message About Mental Health Awareness

Bushwick Collective Announced Its 8th Summer Block Party with Headliner Rick Ross

Bushwick Collective Announced Its 8th Summer Block Party with Headliner Rick Ross

Kick off Summer in Bushwick at the 8th Annual Block Party with performances by Rick Ross, DJ Evil Dee, and Statik Selektah!

Celebrate Black History Month at Free Symposium of Brooklyn’s Hip Hop and Art History

Celebrate Black History Month at Free Symposium of Brooklyn’s Hip Hop and Art History

Female Graffiti Artist on the Rise in Bushwick Art Community

Female Graffiti Artist on the Rise in Bushwick Art Community

The Street Art Pilgrimage Offers a Deeper Look into Bushwick Graffiti

The Street Art Pilgrimage Offers a Deeper Look into Bushwick Graffiti

Through the Street Art Pilgrimage, a local art historian and culture critic provides greater insight into some of the neighborhood’s most prominent works of street art.

Indie Film Dead Layer Features Bushwick Graffiti

Indie Film Dead Layer Features Bushwick Graffiti

Anthony Medina @ant_not_tony Dead Layer, an indie film about a New York graffiti artist caught up in some trouble features parts of Bushwick, Brooklyn. The story is about a New York City graffiti artist who wants ambiguity from his street life, but gets mixed-up with a consequential crime that hinders his artistic progress. Cameron Douglas, […]

Everything is Not OK: Bushwick Graffiti Artist’s Mural on Wyckoff Decries Trump Administration

Everything is Not OK: Bushwick Graffiti Artist’s Mural on Wyckoff Decries Trump Administration

A Banksy-Themed Rental Building Comes to Bushwick

A Banksy-Themed Rental Building Comes to Bushwick

Neighbors and Family Celebrate the Life of Ulysses “Vato” Calixto, Bushwick Graffiti Artist

Neighbors and Family Celebrate the Life of Ulysses “Vato” Calixto, Bushwick Graffiti Artist

Vato died of a heart attack late last month, but tributes to his work continue to sprout up in the neighborhood.

Talking Bushwick-Shot Street Art Documentary “Gouch” with Director Raul Buitrago

Talking Bushwick-Shot Street Art Documentary “Gouch” with Director Raul Buitrago

Bushwick’s street art gets a lot of love, but the attention doesn’t run deep

“Juliette, Will you Marry Me?” A Wedding Proposal Via Bushwick Street Art

“Juliette, Will you Marry Me?” A Wedding Proposal Via Bushwick Street Art

Artist OptimoNYC spent all weekend creating this charming proposal piece on the side of a Bushwick building at the corner of Knickerbocker Ave and Jefferson St and tells Bushwick Daily that the request the made in the piece is on behalf of Juliette’s boyfriend, who lives in the neighborhood

Advertising Hijacks Bushwick Street Art [Comic]

Advertising Hijacks Bushwick Street Art [Comic]

 

7 Reasons the Bushwick Collective Block Party Was Better Than Gov Ball

7 Reasons the Bushwick Collective Block Party Was Better Than Gov Ball

Bushwick Open Studios is the best but the icing on top of the cake was without question, the Bushwick Collective Block Party

‘Bushwick’ Lettering on Vandervoort Place is Gone, ‘Zude’ Takes its Place

‘Bushwick’ Lettering on Vandervoort Place is Gone, ‘Zude’ Takes its Place

I saw something unexpected on my usual walk to Flushing Avenue by way of my favorite side street, Vandervoort Place last Saturday afternoon

The Life of Street Art at the Bottom of a Pole [Comic]

The Life of Street Art at the Bottom of a Pole [Comic]

Kenny Scharf Arrested on Morgan Ave for Graffiti

Kenny Scharf Arrested on Morgan Ave for Graffiti

Do you want to be friends with a famous graffiti artists? Why don’t you arrest one? That’s probably what the cops were thinking when they arrested a living legend, graffiti artist Kenny Scharf on early Saturday at 1AM in East Williamsburg on 209 Morgan Ave

Never Seen Graffiti.

Never Seen Graffiti.

The back yard of Bushwick gallery Factory Fresh happens to be experiencing an interesting time, space and art slot. Tek33 and Dscreet of Burning Candy were working on this graffiti as part of the All City Street Art Block Party on November 20, 2010. As we can all imagine, the Block Party turned out to […]

Playing Pool at the Wreck Room.

Playing Pool at the Wreck Room.

* By Pepe Lopez

call your mom.

call your mom.

Call your mom, cuz somehow that’s what makes moms happy. It’s Saturday morning and you’re no good for anything anyway. That dog’s barking is tearing your brain and vividly bringing back last night’s memories of  whiskey + beer special. You thought it was a good idea and economic at the same time. But guess what? […]