BROOKLYN STREET ART – GRAFFITI

Headlining today's post ... Phobe

Headlining today’s post … Phobe

As promised in yesterday’s post, here you can visit the gallery of imaginative and vibrant graffiti pieces Charm City Streets found late last month in the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Bushwich, Greenpoint, and Williamsburg.

The gallery features pieces by a number of talented graff writers. Greenpoint is fertile ground for artists Atomik, Loud and others from the LOC (Look Out Crew). Hoacs, Merlot and Phetus are prolific in East Williamsburg. Along Johnson Avenue there were pieces by the Danish artist Bates and the Swiss artist Tones.

Serendipitously, Charm City Streets met graff writer Atoms at work and spent some time documenting him painting in the warehouse district of Bushwick. Based on the number of pieces he has created there, Atoms apparently has first dibs on the block of Scott Avenue near Randolph Street.


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