Broadway Junction

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Directly off the Broadway-Junction subway station — on the borderline between East New York and Brownsville — are some of NYC’s most exhilarating graffiti walls. Here are a few more images captured this past week of the murals fashioned by both locals and out-of-towners.

Werd and Kesta aka Kes

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Chicago-based Amuse 126

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NME and Ceos

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Jerms

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Reyes and Topaz

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Rez

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Note: First image features Vers 

Photos by Tara Murray

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Just one block off the MTA Broadway-Junction station in East New York, Brooklyn are some of NYC’s most intriguing walls. Here’s a sampling of what I captured earlier this week in the bright sun:

Nicole Palapoli and Bugn

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Rez

Rez

Meres One

Meres

Sek3

Sek3

Topaz

Pazroc

Lites 

Lites

Jerms

Jerms

Adam Fu

"Adam Fu"

Note: The image of Lites’s piece features the fashion model Tabitha Annette Miller, whom I met along with her stylist Sheryl Roberts during a photoshoot by RedHanded Imagery.

Photos by Lois Stavsky; keep posted to the Street Art NYC Facebook page for more images of recent walls in that location.

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Rezor

Some of NYC’s most exuberant graffiti walls can be found right off the MTA Broadway-Junction station in East New York, Brooklyn. This is Part I of a two-part post of what greets us there:

Rezor

Rez

Sebs

Sebs

Owns

Owns

Slom

Slom

Slash and Jerms

"Slash and Jerms"

Jerms aka DJ JS-1

Jerms

Poet

Poet

Photos by Lois Stavsky

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