There’s a place in Brooklyn where you can see the world through Bushwick Collective murals. Artists from around the world came to share their art, for the love of art. From Australia to France; from Italy to the Philippines, muralists come to share the vision of the Bushwick Collective. You can easily spot these murals on the streets anywhere. They’re big, bold and fabulous!
On the long stretch of Jefferson Street or St. Nicolas Avenue, the murals give life to the neighbourhood that’s known to be plagued with crime. From neutral to somber to neon hues, streets come alive like it’s an outdoor gallery of street arts—in different sytles, personalities and meanings. Some are simple and others are complicated. They’re about politics, religion, war, peace, love, consumerism, death, hope and daily life. There are those that baffle you and there are some that melts your heart. Or awaken you. Or hit you.
If you’ve got spare time to get away from the usual tourist traps in New York, go and see some street art in Brooklyn. It won’t disappoint you.
Bushwick Collective brings mural artists from around the world together to create street arts that inspire, if not provoke. Perhaps, to awaken your sense of reality.
This WakDonald Project is pretty awesome.
And who knows pop culture and street art can be really this sick?
This reminds me to stop caring or being paranoid about what other people think.
Sometimes, being FREE means upside down?
Black is beautiful.
I think this means that the future of technology lies in our hands. So true. 😀 This is definitely my favorite mural.
It looks like a door to something marvelous, but do you notice that creepy, golden eye above?
Because LOVE is a hammer. It hits you hard.
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Does Mama Earth revolve or revolt?
This is, perhaps, the most visible (really huge) among the Bushwick Collective murals.
If there are two smiling girls (above), of course, this boy would stop his bike and would be in awe.
Do you see the giraffe or those creepy creatures climbing while breaking its neck? 😀
This one is in memory of those who completed their journey ahead of us.
At sunset, this street corner is just so stunning.
And here’s another stunning angle of the murals during sundown.
Hey, yo! What are laughing at? 😉
Is that a yellow bird?
Don’t be scared. Just FANGing around. 😉
Is that a chain or pasta? 😀
The modern-day guardian angels on the street. 🙂
Is this the literal mural interpretation of “I’m luvin’ it!”? 😀
Very gothic, huh?
Help me out. What do you think the artist wants to say?