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ZEXOR, a graffiti writer born and bred in NYC, has been on a rampage lately, defacing (or beautifying, depending on who you talk to) one mural after another with spray paint. His main target? The Bushwick Collective, an ongoing street art project that facilitates the painting of scores of walls by urban artists. The Collective […]

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About three weeks after Israel Defense Forces launched Operation Protective Edge and invaded Palestine, Brooklyn-based street art duo Icy and Sot painted a pro-Gaza mural on a wall provided by the Bushwick Collective. Entitled “Rocket vs Rock,” the image shows a giant-like Palestinian freedom fighter — not outfitted in Hamas colors — emerging out of […]

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For Bushwick Open Studios 2014, the Bushwick Collective added a few more murals to the already street art-laden landscape of Troutman, Jefferson and Wyckoff streets. We caught Adam Fu, Vers, Solus and others in action over the weekend, but here the completed murals. This year, the Bushwick Collective also held a gallery show, featuring canvases by […]

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Bushwick Open Studios (BOS), an annual art happening that promotes the “vibrant community and local art,” in Bushwick (and Williamsburg), entered its eighth year of existence on Friday. As part of the three-day event, the Bushwick Collective invited a slew of street artists to paint the blocks and blocks of legal walls it curates as […]

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Street artist Buff Monster has been busy painting walls in Brooklyn lately using his signature pink color scheme. We showed you the collaboration he did with HOACS and just the other day he finished another wall at Bushwick Collective, a sort of outdoor gallery on Troutman Street between St. Nicholas and Wycoff Avenues. “Not bad […]

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