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Mutants Mutate: Dippie Gets a Hand from Pear and Knox in Bushwick

When Kiwi Street Artist Owen Dippie dropped four ninjas in Brooklyn this July he conjectured to us that he might like to see what these Renaissance turtles looked like with a band of graffiti tags across the bottom. While we were happy to help him spread the news of Owen’s trackside work to the world […]

What Happened with BSA + FAILE at the Brooklyn Museum?

Steven P. Harrington, Patrick Miller of Faile (top), Sharon Matt Atkins, Patrick McNeil, and Jaime Rojo (image © by and courtesy of The Dusty Rebel) (@DustyRebel on Instagram) Yes, it was a big deal for us so we want to share it with you. A few years after we introduced Faile to the Brooklyn Museum […]

Boijeot & Renauld: Crossing Manhattan With Your Living Room on the Sidewalk

Travelers of all sorts frequently talk about planning their trip so they can really get to experience a new environment that reveals character. You know, get off the beaten path, discover some of the local flavor, really experience a city. Imagine dining and sleeping your way down the length of Manhattan for a month on […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 09.27.15

Thanks to everyone who came out to talk to us and listen to a conversation we had with FAILE on the stage of the Brooklyn Museum – where everybody learned facts that are fundamental to understanding this dynamic duo; Where the name came from, why they write “1986” on everything, and what role religion plays […]

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