After last weekend’s outstanding Bushwick Collective Block Party, I had the opportunity to check out the recent artwork curated by JMZ Walls.
At Lin’s Laundromat, located on the corner of Broadway and Park Street, artist VBallentine99 painted a captivating portrait of a woman in native garb. Belowkey’s characters were up to their usual aerosol antics. And, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles received a make-over from Turtlecaps.
South along Broadway Shiro greeted Bed-Stuy and shared hip-hop tunes while her characters were busy demonstrating their dance moves.
BK Foxx created a captivating young child who clearly communicated she needs no advice on how to be a girl.
There was a dope new roll door from Lady jday.
The Pink Panther was visibly displeased with Roger Rabbit in this colorful, whimsical mural by @sosabk718.
I was quite pleased to come across the delightful new mural by Michel Velt on the corner of Broadway and Suydam.
Tarboxx2 made an intriguing teddy bear with a ginormous diamond gem.
I was super excited to catch Chicago artists Jc Rivera and Sentrock in action on Myrtle Avenue near Mr. Kiwi’s.
The very next day I finally got to watch a favorite artist in action – from start to finish. Belowkey constructed a whimsical neighborhood bodega right next to the piece by Sentrock.
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