Zoom In: Graffiti Burners in Brooklyn

April 18, 2014 | Aymann Ismail

Last summer, graffiti artists put up dozens of tributes to their fallen brother-in-arms NEKST in Brooklyn. The legal walls, which stretch for blocks in a part of Williamsburg often mistaken for Bushwick, are periodically repainted and recently, a new crop of writers descended on Siegel and White Streets to showcase their skills. Check out the gallery above to see burners by SP ONE, VIZIE, HOACS, and LOGEK among many others. Check back every Friday for a new photo essay. (Photos: Aymann Ismail/ANIMALNewYork)