Tag Archive for BG183

PUERTO RICO WALL

Puerto Rico Wall - 7

Headlining today’s post … Crash and PerOne painted the cornerstone of the Puerto Rico wall

In honor of New York’s annual Puerto Rican Day, members of the FX Crew and Tats Cru took over the corner of Moore and White Streets in Brooklyn’s East Williamsburg neighborhood. Together BG183, Bio, Clark, Crash, Dero, Doves, Nicer, PerOne, Ribs, and Yes1 created the colorful, imaginative Puerto Rico Wall.

BUSHWICK COLLECTIVE BLOCK PARTY 2016 – GRAFFITI WRITERS

Headlining today's post ... delicious snacks by Jamie Hef, Tone and Yes One

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.

BUSHWICK COLLECTIVE BLOCK PARTY 2016

Celso for the Bushwick Collective

Headlining today’s post … Celso for the Bushwick Collective

Last weekend, the Bushwick Collective celebrated its 5th Annual Block Party. Renowned graffiti and street artists from all four corners of the globe gathered in Brooklyn to create new pieces live. Block after block, people packed the streets to watch these artists in action and to enjoy the live music performances.

BROOKLYN STREET ART – GRAFFITI 2

Headlining today’s post … Ribs on conga drums

The first few snowflakes have begun to fall in Baltimore, and outdoors the scene is calm and bright. That will soon change … for the worse. Weather forecasters say Old Man Winter is hell-bent on walloping the Mid-Atlantic with a wicked winter storm that will leave the area snowbound and as cold as ice. Maryland and surrounding states have already declared a state of emergency. Before hunkering down for the long wintry weekend, Charm City Streets shares with you the remaining graffiti pieces it encountered during visits to Brooklyn in 2015. Hopefully, this art display will bring a welcome splash of color and delight to the drab and dreary weekend ahead.