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  1. Jesse Logister
    February 5, 2014

    So colorful and creative! I especially like that colorful mural by Sheryo. When I ever visit NY I will definitely visit Bushwick. I guess it would be wise for me not to make an appointment while being there haha. I would loose track of time and scroll down the streets for hours.

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    • Leslie Koch
      February 23, 2014

      Haha- definitely leave plenty of time to explore Bushwick’s street art! Just went again last night and spotted even more creative work.

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  2. John
    February 5, 2014

    Hi. The artistic creations are great, and add to the street scene. Some graffiti are however not desirable. In my country, art works like these are (sorry to say) not welcome and may attract serious criminal sanctions!

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    • Leslie Koch
      February 23, 2014

      Thanks for your comment! Street art / graffiti is incredible popular right now in the US, and NYC is a great place to see it.

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  3. Bicultural Mama
    February 17, 2014

    Pretty impressive! Great photos, too. Such talented artists in Brooklyn…

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    • Leslie Koch
      February 23, 2014

      Totally! There are so many talented artists in Bushwick right now. Love the energy!

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  4. Charu
    March 10, 2014

    So very hipster! I must confess I wouldn’t go out to Bushwick to see street art but this is cool!

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    • Leslie Koch
      March 30, 2014

      Charu, you should totally go to Bushwick to see the street art! Bring the baby too 🙂 There are cute cafes here and a ton of artist studios. I saw a restaurant was offering vegan brunch too!

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  5. Luke
    March 22, 2014

    Bushwick is where I tend to live when I am in NYC. Cheap rent, and street art to distract you from all the garbage in the street (;

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    • Leslie Koch
      April 3, 2014

      Garbage and art– the perfect combo 😉

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  6. Chanel | Cultural Xplorer
    October 15, 2014

    I love the Bushwick Collective. Very sad that 5 Pointz is gone in Queens, but glad to see street art popping up around in other places in the city 😀

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