‘Brooklyn Street Art – In A Berlin Minute (Week 63)’ from Luci Westphal on Vimeo.

The diversity of street art in Brooklyn is really impressive.

Over the last week I’ve collected images of so many amazing murals, graffiti, wheatpaste prints (pastings), stickers, stencils, tar dripping, tags, tags on stickers and even a few installations – there is no way I can do justice to all of them in one minute.

So in a few days time I will release a bonus video with more of what I’ve seen – although it clearly will still only be a sliver of what is out there.

Going on video safari with various friends and discovering these gems has been an absolute high light of my trip to New York.

I love what artists are doing to the city – by turning it into an art gallery and a place of awareness and discussion. Keep them coming!

Neighborhoods filmed in: Crown Heights, Park Slope, Gowanus / Boerum Hill, Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Williamsburg, Prospect Heights

Artists: Swoon, Shepard Fairey, ROA,…


The music is once again by Jason Matherne of GoonyGooGoo Productions. The song is called “Life of Crime”.

Squirrel in Williamsburg, Brooklyn by ROA

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