BROOKLYN BURNERS II

Headlining today’s post – an eye-catching piece by California-based Madsteez

Today Charm City Streets presents the second half of the graffiti encountered last week during its tour of Brooklyn.

We begin with a wall by Such, Phetus88, Poem and Reme821 on Boerum Street in East Williamsburg:

Such “The Mooch”

Phetus88

Big – by Poem

Eye cube – Reme821

Around the corner on White Street were intriguing burners by Home and Baer:

Home

Baer

On Bogart Street we undercover a gold mine of exceptional graffiti. First up is a wall with side-by-side pieces by: Arse, Ink, Such, Jae, and Blame.

Arse

Ink

Such “The Mooch”

Jae – @flowmaster_mop

Blame

On the opposite side of Bogart Street was this 3D piece by Jick.

Jick

On the east side corner of Bogart and Meadow Streets, British writers TransOne and Fat Heat worked their aerosol magic.

Trans by TransOne

Heat by Fat Heat

West off Bogart Street on Meadow Street we find Hoacs, Hudson (by HarryBones), Roachi, and Trace crafted side-by-side pieces:

Hoacs

Hudson – by Harrybones

Roach

Trace

On Halloween weekend, about half a block east on Meadow Street, Mzer, Trator, Skid1, TaleDMS, Mr Ewok One , and Jewjitzuvandal created a chilling wall:

Mzer

TR and SK – Trator and Skid1

Tale – @taledms

Ewok – by Mr Ewok One

Jason returns – Jewjitsuvandal

The next two series are on Bogart Street at Ten Eyck Street:

Smota – by adamfu

Hoacs

Vers718

Madsteez

Smokin’ – by @enamthagreat

Srate

Roachi

On Stagg Street at Waterbury Street a bright bubble gum background made the throws by Adam Fu, Bsie and Cfor pop from the wall.

Atoms – adamfu

Bsie

Cfor

The last series of side-by-side pieces was on Ten Eyck Street at Morgan Avenue:

Trace

Hoacs

Soten

The three other recent pieces from this neighborhood include two rollup gates and a burner by Mr Nerds:

A roller gate by Meres

A roller gate by Phetus88

Nerds for the Bushwick Collective

Looks similar to work by Phetus88, anyone?

On Metropolitan Street near the former M. Fine Lumber Company Meres and friends created dazzling artwork:

Green lightning – left panel of the collaboration by Damien Mitchell with Meres and Heesco

Meres – middle panel of the collaboration by Meres with Damien Mitchell and Heesco

Take this – right panel of the collaboration by Heesco with Damien Mitchell and Meres

Armored snail – Bekit

Souls

Meres – shadows and parked semis plagued me along this stretch all day and the next

Kryme – orchestrating the madness

Patch Whisky and Ish

Kryme

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