The Bushwick Collective is once again home to a range of first-rate local and global artists, as it readies for its fourth annual block party. Here are a few more images we've recently captured: New Zealand-based Owen Dippie  Dublin-based Solus  UK's The Toasters  Mexican native Werc and Peruvian native Gera Luz  MCA with Skize  The legendary Ghost, RIS  The Block Party, sponsored by Kobra Paint takes place tomorrow, Saturday, at Saint Nicholas Avenue and Troutman Street right off the…

The Bushwick Collective is once again home to a range of first-rate local and global artists, as it readies for its fourth annual block party. Here are a few more images we've recently captured: New Zealand-based Owen Dippie Dublin-based Solus UK's The Toasters Mexican native Werc and Peruvian native Gera Luz MCA with Skize The legendary Ghost, RIS The Block Party, sponsored by Kobra Paint takes place tomorrow, Saturday, at Saint Nicholas Avenue and Troutman Street right off the…

We recently had the opportunity to meet up with Apostrophe founders and curators -- Sei and Ki Smith  -- and find out a bit about their plans for 2016: Just what is Apostrophe? Apostrophe began as a gallery and performance space in Bushwick in 2012, and it has since evolved into a series of pop-up exhibits and events. As a collective, it is designed to offer exposure to artists while sparking a creative energy that can be experienced by everyone.  Our last exhibit, Subway Show, took place…

We recently had the opportunity to meet up with Apostrophe founders and curators -- Sei and Ki Smith -- and find out a bit about their plans for 2016: Just what is Apostrophe? Apostrophe began as a gallery and performance space in Bushwick in 2012, and it has since evolved into a series of pop-up exhibits and events. As a collective, it is designed to offer exposure to artists while sparking a creative energy that can be experienced by everyone. Our last exhibit, Subway Show, took place…

The windows of NYU’s Kimmel Center are now home to a wide range of street art…

The windows of NYU’s Kimmel Center are now home to a wide range of street art…

Speaking with Brooklyn Based Artist N Carlos J: Q:What do you see as the role of the artist in society? Answer from N Carlos J The artist is the keeper of the flame. We are what moves this planet. (Hell yeah to that!...Potsy S a.k.a  P Shirley)

Speaking with Brooklyn Based Artist N Carlos J: Q:What do you see as the role of the artist in society? Answer from N Carlos J The artist is the keeper of the flame. We are what moves this planet. (Hell yeah to that!...Potsy S a.k.a P Shirley)

An Artist and His Studio: With Michael Alan in Bushwick, Brooklyn

An Artist and His Studio: With Michael Alan in Bushwick, Brooklyn

Some of NYC’s most vibrant and striking murals--on Boone Avenue between 172nd and 173rd Streets in the Bronx--were demolished last year to be replaced by residential buildings. But thanks to the efforts of SLO Architecture, various artists, neighboring Fannie Lou Hamer High School, Maria Krajewski, City-As-School students and several others, the spirit of Boone Avenue lives. Featuring dozens of images, interviews and more, the Boone Room website, constructed by City-As-School students, can…

Some of NYC’s most vibrant and striking murals--on Boone Avenue between 172nd and 173rd Streets in the Bronx--were demolished last year to be replaced by residential buildings. But thanks to the efforts of SLO Architecture, various artists, neighboring Fannie Lou Hamer High School, Maria Krajewski, City-As-School students and several others, the spirit of Boone Avenue lives. Featuring dozens of images, interviews and more, the Boone Room website, constructed by City-As-School students, can…

BG 183 on <em>The Wall</em>    His New Solo Exhibition at Wall Works NY

BG 183 on <em>The Wall</em> His New Solo Exhibition at Wall Works NY

<em>Shake the Dust</em>    on the Transformative Power of Hip Hop Across the Globe    at the Maysles Cinema in Harlem This Weekend

<em>Shake the Dust</em> on the Transformative Power of Hip Hop Across the Globe at the Maysles Cinema in Harlem This Weekend

Artworks in a range of styles by local, regional and international artists continue to surface along Asbury Park's waterfront. Here are a few more: Cope2 and Joe Iurato  Indie 184  Mike La Vallee aka Pork Chop  Logan Hicks  B Ready  Harif Guzman aka Hacula  Note: The first image is by Chilean-German artist Pau Special thanks to Billy Schon of FreshPaintNYC for sharing these images with us.

Artworks in a range of styles by local, regional and international artists continue to surface along Asbury Park's waterfront. Here are a few more: Cope2 and Joe Iurato Indie 184 Mike La Vallee aka Pork Chop Logan Hicks B Ready Harif Guzman aka Hacula Note: The first image is by Chilean-German artist Pau Special thanks to Billy Schon of FreshPaintNYC for sharing these images with us.

<em>A Color Green</em> on Mr. Green, Zine Curation, <em>Never Blue</em>, an Imminent Film Release and More

<em>A Color Green</em> on Mr. Green, Zine Curation, <em>Never Blue</em>, an Imminent Film Release and More

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