Brooklyn Street Art

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A Graffiti Painted Cityscape: Laura Shechter Documents Street Art on Canvas

If there is someone who knows Brooklyn Street Art and graffiti, it is Laura Shechter. Dart, Cash4, Cost, Sace, City Kitty, Chris Stain, she knows them all. And yet she doesn’t know them at all. When you live in a city and see graffiti or Street Art the creators of the scene cannot hope to […]

Lucy Sparrow Opens an All-Felt Bodega in NYC : “8 ‘Till Late”

“Let’s see…Champagne Moet and Campari are selling well, Vagisil we’re very low on. Brooklyn Lager we’ve had to re-stock,” Store Manager Jo Brooks ticks off the hot sales of the day here in Manhattan’s newest deli. Lucy Sparrow 8 ‘Till Late (photo © Jaime Rojo) “And randomly, the cassette tapes have been flying out of here,” […]

Evan Pricco Curates “What In The World” at Urban Nation in Berlin

“The graffiti and Street Art movements – they have all these tentacles and they can be non-linear.” A new exhibition in Berlin’s neighborhood of Schöneberg epitomizes one of the central schisms that has vibrated through Street Art and graffiti for years: the question of where to draw boundaries between these two scenes. Each may have […]

“Resistance is Female” Takes Over Phone Booths in New York

The decentralized Resistance, as it turns out, is a majority of Americans. And leading the charge are women and girls. So it makes perfect sense that a new grassroots takeover of telephone booth advertising in New York is a campaign called, “Resistance is Female”. Organizers and artists say that the ad takeover project is putting […]

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