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Brooklyn Street Art Map

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Brooklyn Street Art Map

Brooklyn Street Art Map

A. Coney Island’s Os Gemeos Mural:

Check out this locale for a dose of Os Gemeos, the Brazilian twins who’ve been in the street art game since the 1980s. (Location: Stillwell Avenue across the street from the subway station)

B. Red Hook’s Swoon Mural:

If you love the wheatepastes of Caledonia Dance Curry, aka Swoon, this spot is for you. (Location: Pioneer Street and Conover Street)

C. DUMBO Walls:

Big names like CAM, DALeast, Eltono, Shepard Fairey, Faith47, MOMO, Stefan Sagmeister, and Yuko Shimizu populate the DUMBO Walls, a stretch of eight murals sponsored by DUMBO Improvement District and Two Trees Management Co, along with the New York City Department of Transportation Urban Art Program (NYCDOT) and the Jonathan LeVine Gallery. (Location: Multiple locations, see them all here)

D. Bushwick Collective:

Bushwick is generally a great place for street art tourism. But the best place to start is the Bushwick Collective, a self-described outdoor street art gallery of artists from around the world. (Location: Troutman Street at Saint Nicholas Avenue)

E. Moore Street:

After taking in the beauty of Troutman Street, head a few blocks away to Moore Street for more Bushwick graffiti. (Location: Moore Street between Seigel Street and White Street)

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A work of street art on the famed Houston Street wall by artist John Matos on June 6, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

F. East Williamsburg:

“A collection of mostly large scale murals by street and graffiti artists from all over the world,” says Rojo and Harrington. (Location: Between Grand Street and Meserole Street and Bushwick Avenue and Morgan Avenue)

G. Kent Avenue:

If you’ve been outside the Domino Factory lately, you’ll have noticed a few murals flanking Kent Avenue. This summer, the “Past Present Prediction“ mural — organized by the non-profit El Puente and its artist collective Los Muralistas — is honoring the history of the neighborhood. (Location: Kent Avenue and Grand Street)

H. Wythe Avenue:

This is the perfect spot to see smaller, traditional graffiti works scattered in plain view. (Location: Wythe Avenue and North 15th Street)

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