Tag Archive for East Williamsburg

BROOKLYN MURAL TOUR

Headlining today’s post … The lighthouse keeper by Damien Mitchell for the Centre_Fuge Public Art Project

Charm City Streets walked miles and miles each day last week seeking out recent and new-to-me murals in and around Brooklyn.

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.

BROOKLYN BURNERS I

Headlining today’s post … Get fresh – detail from a burner by Mast

Today’s post presents the first half of the burners, characters, and intricate graffiti pieces Charm City Streets encountered last week during its tour of Brooklyn.

GLOBAL WARMING AND SMOKIN’-HOT GRAFFITI

Headlining today’s post … Rath by @heavylox

Climate scientists have concluded global warming, if left unchecked, will cause sea levels to rise. Verifiable scientific data indicates rising sea levels would inundate large areas of New York City and the boroughs by the turn of the century.

In a recent peer reviewed article in Squirrelly Scientific Amurican, scientists concerned about graffiti’s impact on global warming requested the public’s assistance with their investigation. Alarmed by all the dire warnings, Charm City Streets submitted documentation to these scientists. You need not file a Freedom of Information Act request to review this documentation. Charm City Streets now openly shares its information with you.

PASTE-UP IN BROOKLYN

Headlining today’s post … Diversity is hope by Raf Urban

For years on end, graffiti and murals can hold their own against Mother Nature’s onslaught of cold, heat, and precipitation. On the other hand, weather can quickly wreak devastation on wheatpastes, slaps, and stickers.

BACK IN BROOKLYN

Headlining today’s post … Pin-up Girl by See TF

Recently, my grandchildren were in town for a visit. They live in Seattle so I do not get to see them as often enough as I would like, so over the past three+ weeks I placed pretty much everything on the back burner. Now that they are back home I have completed processing the rest of the images I captured during the two weeks I spent last month in Brooklyn and Williamsburg.