Brooklyn Street Art

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BSA Images Of The Week: 02.26.17

Always good to get to Berlin to see what waves of text and pattern and outrage and snark and myriad metaphor are more-or-less relentlessly rippling across buildings and empty lots. The rippling effect was swelled by 4 days of rain, which makes windows streak with rivlets and wheat-pastes peel from the top, leaning forward and […]

BSA Film Friday: 08.05.16

  Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. “Watching My Name Go By” 2. Nicolas Romero AKA Ever: “Logo II” 3. Gilf! …and counting BSA Special Feature: “Watching My Name Go By” Directed by Julia Cave and originally shown on the BBC documentary […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 07.03.16

Heading into the 4th of July we reflect upon patriotism, our declaration of independence from England, and Britain’s new declaration of independence from the EU. Are there similarities? Now, we’re all off the park for a barbecue! Where is the frisbee? Where are those hotdog buns? And here’s our weekly interview with the street, this […]

“SOLD” Mag Hits Brooklyn

A spotlight today on a new grassroots publishing project by artists for artists called SOLD. The product of three editors, two of whom are Street Artists, the paper/magazine debuted last Thursday at a raucous and fun-filled party and art show at 17 Frost gallery space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. “I’ve always wanted to make a street […]

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