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A Q&A with Street Artist Owen Dippie

A Q&A with Street Artist Owen Dippie

Meet the New Zealander tearing up the streets of Bushwick.

Giant Nelson Mandela Mural Appears Overnight, Transforming White Castle Parking Lot

Giant Nelson Mandela Mural Appears Overnight, Transforming White Castle Parking Lot

BOS may be over, but Bushwick never stops making art

Take Better Selfies in Front of Street Art During Bushwick Open Studios! [Comic]

Take Better Selfies in Front of Street Art During Bushwick Open Studios! [Comic]

Exclusive: First Look at the Varet Wall’s Newest Mural in Bushwick

Exclusive: First Look at the Varet Wall’s Newest Mural in Bushwick

“Nothing is forever,” Brooklyn-based artist Vexta says when discussing street art’s temporary life span

The Apple Watch is Old News, It’s All About the Eye Phone

The Apple Watch is Old News, It’s All About the Eye Phone

While Monday’s Apple Keynote put the Apple Watch and the new gold Macbook on everybody’s mind, right here on Wyckoff Ave in Bushwick we got to see the premiere of the new Eye Phone! Yarn is the medium of choice for recent Bushwick transplant, London Kaye, who’s been peppering Bushwick with loads of crocheted graffiti gems (like these wearable Power Ranger masks – her personal favorite Bushwick piece)

Avoid Emotional Frostbite with Sweet Toof’s Saccharine Street Art in Brooklyn

Avoid Emotional Frostbite with Sweet Toof’s Saccharine Street Art in Brooklyn

Against the cold, gray, bleak background of Brooklyn in January, colorful things, and literally anything with the smallest hint of cheer, are sure to stand out

Giant Elephant, Delicate Birdcages — New Murals at the Flushing & Forrest Triangle Are in Bloom

Giant Elephant, Delicate Birdcages — New Murals at the Flushing & Forrest Triangle Are in Bloom

Lately I’ve been drawn to the progression of new murals at the Flushing Ave and Forrest Street triangle, where a new restaurant, a brain child of nearby eatery 983 Bushwick’s Living Room, is up and coming in the Fall

‘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]

Bushwick Block Party Announced its Lineup. Man, We Can’t Wait for June!

Bushwick Block Party Announced its Lineup. Man, We Can’t Wait for June!

I don’t know how about you, guys, but we at Bushwick Daily think about Bushwick Open Studios constantly

Happy Holidays from The Bushwick Collective

Happy Holidays from The Bushwick Collective

Holiday cheer is culminating! Just last night at The Rookery, a big party and some bourbon eggnog went down at Bushwick Daily’s holiday slash 3rd birthday party

Street Art Candy: “Piece” by Milo AKA Rachel McCollum

Street Art Candy: “Piece” by Milo AKA Rachel McCollum

We wish we could call this week’s Street Art Candy, Street Art Pizza in the name of this little, yet really awesome street art piece titled “Piece” by Milo

Bushwick Murals in the Sky. JetBlue Screens Joe Ficalora

Bushwick Murals in the Sky. JetBlue Screens Joe Ficalora

Have you guys been daydreaming about leaving the suddenly oh-so-cold Bushwick for always-warm-and-oh-so-sunny San Juan? Maybe you already see yourself boarding a JetBlue plane, escaping the November reality of Bushwick

Street Art Candy: “Untitled” by Veng RWK

Street Art Candy: “Untitled” by Veng RWK

The Bushwick Collective was very busy last week, and our fave Veng RWK was among the number of awesome street artists who completed new murals in the streets of Bushwick

Our Recent Local Banksy Piece Gets the Plexiglass and Gate Treatment

Our Recent Local Banksy Piece Gets the Plexiglass and Gate Treatment

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Banksy in Bushwick Decoded: Talk with Subway Art Blogger Jowy Romano

Banksy in Bushwick Decoded: Talk with Subway Art Blogger Jowy Romano

While we’re thrilled that Banksy’s put up a new work that Bushwick can call its very own, the incomparable international man of mystery has, as usual, left us with lots of questions about this contribution to the street art mecca we call home

Bushwick Collective Founder, Joe Ficalora Shares His Story in NY Times

Bushwick Collective Founder, Joe Ficalora Shares His Story in NY Times

Joe Ficalora, a native of Bushwick and the engine behind Bushwick Collective, the massive street art site sprouting from St

Billboard Spoils Breathtaking Graffiti on Tutu’s Wall

Billboard Spoils Breathtaking Graffiti on Tutu’s Wall

Lucas Walters, a co-owner of Tutu’s bar, experienced quite the unpleasant surprise when he came to work a couple of days ago

Believe-Zers: Street Style from the Secret Jay Z Concert that Never Was

Believe-Zers: Street Style from the Secret Jay Z Concert that Never Was

By Scarlett North-Cavanaugh and Emilie Ruscoe

Bushwick On Craigslist: Live Owl Needed For Small Housewarming Party

Bushwick On Craigslist: Live Owl Needed For Small Housewarming Party

We gotta hand it to you, Bushwick – when it comes to your Craigslist presence, you definitely do not disappoint

Notes from the Scene at Bushwick Block Party 2013

Notes from the Scene at Bushwick Block Party 2013

This past Saturday and for the fourth year running, the Bushwick Block Party took over Morgantown’s Moore Street for a free afternoon and evening of music, skateboarding, dancing, food trucks, drinking and other sweaty fun

Spot Artsy Cement Truck & Be Happy!

Spot Artsy Cement Truck & Be Happy!

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Famous in Bushwick: Silky’s Brings Street Art Indoors

Famous in Bushwick: Silky’s Brings Street Art Indoors

Something that I have always liked about Silky’s is their outlook on life – which is that it shouldn’t always be taken so seriously and that it should be enjoyed to the fullest

French Street Artist to Leave Free Art All Over Brooklyn

French Street Artist to Leave Free Art All Over Brooklyn

Alex Trema1 In the next few days, you might encounter a piece of paper taped to a wall with the inscription “Take me, free piece of art inside” somewhere around Bushwick. Well, you should take it. Inside is artwork by Alex Trema, a French street artist who is in town for a few days. When […]

Holiday Murals at Bushwick Five Points

Holiday Murals at Bushwick Five Points

Want a dose of the local Holiday Spirit? 19 Wyckoff Avenue, a branch of Bushwick’s Five Points, was crawling with some of the world’s finest street artists on Saturday, all dedicated to depicting their Winter Solstice favorites

Artist Transforms a Cement Truck into a Lisa Frank Sensation

Artist Transforms a Cement Truck into a Lisa Frank Sensation

Artist Andrea Bergart probably thought that painting on canvas was too boring

A tour of the Five Points Street Gallery with Joe Ficalora

A tour of the Five Points Street Gallery with Joe Ficalora

It’s been my habit to “photowalk” around the Five Points of Bushwick, where Scott Avenue ends at the intersection of St

Hangover and Some Saturday Bushwick/LA Spraying

Hangover and Some Saturday Bushwick/LA Spraying

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The Best of Summer: Bushwick Instagram

The Best of Summer: Bushwick Instagram

Bushwick Daily is doing a round up of all of the best things that the sweaty, raining, raunchy, stinky and still sweet summer of ’12 had to offer

Low Brow Artique: Big High 5 to Bushwick Street Art

Low Brow Artique: Big High 5 to Bushwick Street Art

By Katarina Hybenova

Removing the Glass Wall at Mighty Tanaka

Removing the Glass Wall at Mighty Tanaka

By Terri Ciccone

Bushwick’s Favorite GILF!

Bushwick’s Favorite GILF!

By Terri Ciccone

Big Snow Buffalo Bares its Bones

Big Snow Buffalo Bares its Bones

By Terri Ciccone

Berliner Takes over Factory Fresh Mural

Berliner Takes over Factory Fresh Mural

By Terri Ciccone

Burgerman’s World

Burgerman’s World

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Burgerman’s World

Burgerman’s World

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