Headlining today’s post … delicious snacks by Jamie Hef, Tone and Yes One
The 5th Annual Bushwick Collective Block Party showcased work by 20+ graffiti artists; more than in prior years. Charm City Streets now shares with you the images it captured of AC2, Dinkc, Giz, Hef, Hoacs, Hops1, Jerms, Jins, Just One, Kais, Meres, Miro, Paze, Tats Cru, Tone, Topaz, Zaone, and many more writers in action.
Jamie Hef, Tone and YesOne worked well in the wee morning hours to create a tasty deli delight on the corner of Flushing and St Nicholas Avenues.
Tone outlining and adding detail
Early morning Day 2
Early morning reflection
Set to begin Day 3
Spraying on detail and shadowing
Jamie Hef, Tone and Yes One collaborative for the Bushwick Collective
Right around the corner, Hops, Fboom, and JRC painted a fanciful piece inhabited by monsters, space aliens, and superheroes.
Fboom begins to fill in the outline
Fboom – final piece
JRC surrounded by superheroes
Space creatures complete
The ginormous collaboration by Meres One, Topaz, Jerms, and Pazroc included a city skyline, a squirrelly subway scene, an octopus, and lots of bling on the prominent corner of Troutman Street and St Nicholas Avenue.
Meres One at work
Topaz at work
Collaborative piece by Meres One and Topaz
Evening twilight view of the collaborative piece by Meres One, Topaz, Jerms & Pazroc
Early morning view
Character awaiting final details
Details and shadowing complete
Here’s lookin’ at you
Toward the end of Day 1
Adding colorful detail on Day 2
Say that artist down there must be part acrobat or daredevil
Artistic Walls for the Bushwick Collective
Hoacs invested a lot of sweat equity into the piece he wrote on Scott Avenue.
Hoacs – outline and first layer complete
Hoacs laying down detail
Spraying on shadowing and shading
Pondering the next steps
Hoacs for the Bushwick Collective
Pase BT, Zaone, and Kais were busy working on the opposite side of the lot from Hoacs.
Paze – Day 1
Paze – Day 2
Discussing their next steps
Zaone – Day 1
Zaone – Day 2
Kais – Day 1
Kais – Day 2
Halfway down Troutman Street, AC2 asked for divine forgiveness if art is a crime … and demonstrated Hip Hop Don’t Stop.
If art is a crime, may God forgive me
Hip Hop Dont Stop
AC2 and Hip Hop Dont Stop
Hip Hop Dont Stop – until the piece is complete
AC2 for the Bushwick Collective
On the corner of Troutman Street and Wyckoff Avenue Giz fashioned a colorful work showcasing an artistic Smurf and Lisa Simpson. Next to this, Miro shaped a signature intermeshed piece.
GIZ shaping out his artwork for the Bushwick Collective
Work came to a halt on Day 1 when the restaurant opened
Back upon the lift on Day 2
GIZ for the Bushwick Collective
Miro beginning to take shape
First layers down, Miro starts to add detail
Miro for the Bushwick Collective
At the opposite end of Troutman Street near Cypress Avenue, Tats Cru members Bio, BG183, Crash, Daze, and Nicer painted vibrant, eye-catching pieces … and found time to work the camera.
Daze adding final touches
BG183 behind the camera
Jins, Dinkc, and Just One crafted separate graffiti pieces near the intersection of St Nicholas Avenue and Jefferson Street.
Jins – starting to add color to the outline
Working late in the afternoon
Toward the end of Day 1
At the start of Day 2
Jins for the Bushwick Collective
Justone at the end of Day 1
Justone for the Bushwick Collective
Have palette, will paint
Hang on; that palette does not look too sturdy
Dinkc for the Bushwick Collective
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