The third and final installment of Bushwick Art Club with Lucky Rabbit
Celebrate art and community this Saturday.
Instead of just taking the train out to Jefferson, jump on your laptop and marvel at Bushwick’s street art from afar.
Have you seen Johanna Toruño’s beautiful work? Her street art is making a difference—creating a place for people of color to know that they’re not alone.
While some Bushwick Collective artists were compensated for their participation, others were not notified at all.
Vato died of a heart attack late last month, but tributes to his work continue to sprout up in the neighborhood.
Adam Maldonado is a 52-year-old Bushwick native and a graffiti artist since he was a teenager.
“No Free Walls”, which premiered on YouTube, clearly explains how Joe Ficalora and The Bushwick Collective are stuck between a rock and a hard place.
The Making His’tory team sought to “inspire young men of color to know their value and know their rights.”
Organizer Marnie Kunz’s motivation? “I love art and running!
Bushwick’s street art gets a lot of love, but the attention doesn’t run deep
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
Bright blue signage that sits above Mr
A web-only extra for Time Out New York puts a Bushwick Institution front and center this week: As a supplement to TONY’s Bushwick Collective cover story, the outlet produced a beautiful time lapse video of the making of the most recent addition to the Collective
A recent project by prolific and
Morgantown’s street art, and its commercial counterparts, can be an assault on the senses these days
A new hotel is bringing a local touch to its walls.
A thousand feet of glorious anti-gentrification tape is now available for your consuming pleasure.
Welcome to Moonshine Kingdom #londonkaye #yarnbomb #streetart #bushwick A video posted by London Kaye Crochet (@madebylondon) on Jul 27, 2015 at 11:34am PDT Dunno about you guys, but I personally am not yet jaded enough to just ignore a seriously well-executed yarn bomb. In fact, I squeal, and I squeal particularly loud whenever I see something made […]