Wild in Williamsburg: Hef, KA, Cern, Phetus, Vers and more

Phetus and Vers

While so much of the graffiti and street art in Brooklyn has moved to Bushwick, there are still a number of vibrant walls to be found in North Williamsburg. We came upon this wall in progress yesterday:

Hef — at work — and KA
Hef close-up
Cern at work

Photos by Sara Mozeson & Lois Stavsky

Tristan Eaton at work in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

One of our favorite walls in Williamsburg is the one fashioned by Tristan Eaton on Fillmore Street off Roebling. For the past few days, he’s been back on Roebling bringing his stylish visual rhythms once more to NYC before leaving for the West Coast. Lenny Collado – my fellow street art and graffiti aficionado – has been busily documenting the work in progress:

And here’s a close-up of Eaton’s riveting rendition of Mickey Mouse spray-painted onto a board that will surface soon in Brooklyn:

Photos by Lenny Collado

Tristan Eaton and How & Nosm in Williamsburg

Whenever I visit Williamsburg, I tend to stick to the few blocks in the vicinity of the Bedford Avenue subway station. Yesterday, we ventured further south, where we discovered not only first-rate paste-ups and graffiti — but some amazing murals, as well. My favorite is the wall shared by Tristan Eaton and How & Nosm.  Here are a few images:

Tristan Eaton close-up
Tristan Eaton
How & Nosm close-up
How & Nosm

Photos by Lois Stavsky