Panic

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We love how the walls at Brooklyn Reclaimed — under the curatorial direction of Meres One — have become rotating outdoor canvases.  Pictured above is Panic Rodriguez at work. Here are a few more recent murals —  some captured while in progress, and others when completed.

Amuze

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ZA One at work

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Kais

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Wore at work

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Kenji Takabayashi aka Python

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Pase, BT

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Meres

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Photo credits: 1, 3 & 5 Tara Murray; 2, 4, 6-8 Lois Stavsky

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Few NYC graffiti walls change as frequently as those in Upper Manhattan’s open-air gallery.  Curated by South Bronx native, Crane, the walls off the 1 train on 207th Street and 210th Street serve as revolving canvases to several veteran NYC writers and their occasional guests.  Here’s a sampling of what has surfaced in the past several months:

Uptown stylemaster Cone

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Veteran graffiti writer Kool Kito

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Local artist Panic Rodriguez

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LA-based graffiti writer Jero ICR  

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Legendary UK graffiti writer Pulse

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Veteran graffiti writer Ree

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Photos 1, 2, 5 and 6 by Lois Stavsky; 3 and 4 by City-as-School intern Travis Hicks

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