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As part of his month-long NYC residency, Banksy’s latest pieces are located in Williamsburg and Bushwick. The above piece Dirty Underwear: The Musical (Williamsburg) and the below OCCUPY!: The Musical(Bushwick) are part of
Legendary NYC artist Kenny Scharf (above with Andy Warhol and Keith Haring) got arrested Friday night in Williamsburg after drawing the snake pictured below. The image is from his facebook where he wrote “Just Spent 20 hours in 2 Brooklyn jails for this.” Also from his facebook: Cops who arrested me were fans and wanted […]
Graffiti legend Alen Ket created this video with director Anthony Garces to talk about the ‘writing’ scene in Williamsburg. Watch
The L Magazine points out some rad artwork spotted on the G and M trains. The artist is apparently someone named Jilly Ballistic. You can check out more examples of the work on Flickr.
The Work Book Project has a video up of loved/hated Brooklyn icon and street artist, Dickchicken. We contacted the reprobate to see if he’d answer a few questions. Interview after the jump.
Here’s the thing about street art — whether or not you realize it, you’re already intimately familiar with the artist’s work. Such is the case with NYC-homegrown artist Gaia‘s rugged linoleum prints. This weekend, instead of hitting the streets, he’ll joining the legendary Italian artists Sten & Lex for a show at Brooklynite gallery. We […]
Commuting is a job for Superman! Photo by Hragv posted on A Brooklyn Art Critic’s Notebook. Update 11:29am: He notes it’s by an artist named Primo. See more of his work here.
Just for the Northside Festival, the Street Art loving Gallery Pandemic, on Broadway between Kent and Wythe, is holding a silk-screening party. Street artists buildmore, celso, darkcloud, deeker, gay sex, keely, matt siren, royce bannon and more will put their art on your on t-shirts, paper, tote bags, underwear, or whatever else you want. Stop […]
I’ve been fiddling around these past few weeks with All City, an iPhone app created by Bushwick designers Marcus White and Kayce Thompson-Russ that serves as an interactive hand-held guide to street art all around the city. It enables you to search by city, artist, or gallery, view nearby art, galleries, or supppliers on a […]