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BSA's 15 Most Popular Murals of 2015

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Brooklyn native, Daniel Kaufman presents an overview of Brooklyn Street Art's 15 Most Popular Murals of 2015.

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  1. 1. BROOKLYN STREET ART’S 15 MOST POPULAR MURALS OF 2015 Presentation by Daniel Kaufman
  2. 2. LAST YEAR, THE HUFFINGTON POST PUBLISHED AN ARTICLE featuring favorite images of the year by Brooklyn Street Art's Editor of Photography, Jaime Rojo.
  3. 3. This year, the Huffington Post published another article showing how top social platforms sorted out Jaime Rojo’s photography shots of 2015
  4. 4. They surveyed the number of "likes" and shares his images received on Instagram, and Facebook in 2015 and based purely on the numbers. Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ jaime-rojo-steven-harrington/bsas-15- most-popular-mura_b_8745380.html
  5. 5. HERE ARE THE TOP 15:
  6. 6. No. 15: Os Gemeos in Manhattan • Brazilian twin brothers Octavio and Gustavo are Os Gemeos and this year they began popping out of walls - and that's not all! See the original posting here: OS Gemeos Pop Through Walls Downtown NYC, Screens in Times Square. Os Gemeos in Manhattan. August 2015 (photo © Jaime Rojo)
  7. 7. No. 14 : Icy and Sot in Berlin • BSA curated Iranian brothers ICY and SOT onto this Berlin facade of the Urban Nation. Following the theme of our "Persons of Interest" show there in March with some of Brooklyn's finest Street Artists, the brothers reflected the fall of the Berlin Wall in the face of this Brooklyn-based woman. Icy & Sot in Berlin for Urban Nation. March 2015 (photo © Jaime Rojo)
  8. 8. No. 13 : Alexis Diaz in NYC • Surreal illustrationist Alexis Diaz has been making brains stretch and stand up and clap with his murals from Miami to Hawaii to Lodz, Poland this year, continually impressing with his meticulous and tight cross- hatching skills, wildly wide imagination, and his uncanny ability to collaborate stylistically with other artists. This relatively small piece by him in Manhattan turned heads for months and earned this pic lots of attention via BSA. Alexis Diaz in Manhattan. May 2015 (photo © Jaime Rojo)
  9. 9. No. 12 : Dian in Brooklyn • Essentially a live shot of the last frame for a stop -action mural video this image got a lot of traffic probably because of it's perceived political critique of the Republican Party - but the artists say that they weren't even familiar with US politics when they made it. (The) whole animation was spray-painted, without any computer animation. The Bullshit sign was installed by a legendary fusion artist Shalom Neuman. Dian in Brooklyn, NY. November, 2015. (photo © Jaime Rojo)
  10. 10. No. 11 : Pichi & Avo in Sweden • “The Spanish Street Art duo Pichiavo brought the antiquities and modern day graffiti together last week on a soaring multi-story wall in Borås, Sweden,” the Huffington Post wrote of this multi-story mural that appealed to many readers in September. It's the sort of formula that works again and again for these guys, most recently in Miami last week. Pichi & Avo in Boras, Sweden for No Limits. September 2015. (photo © Jaime Rojo)
  11. 11. No. 10 : Dal East in Sweden • Participating in the same small festival (Borås "No Limit)" as PichiAvo (previous slide), the artist Dal East captured the imagination of BSA readers with this soaring wingspan painted high upon a five stepped modern facade building across from a textile university campus. Dal East in Boras, Sweden for No Limits. September 2015 (photo © Jaime Rojo)
  12. 12. No. 9 : Owen Dippie "Radiant Madonna" in Brooklyn • This merging of Raphael's Madonna with Haring's radiant baby snapped people out of their stupor with the unconventional paring. This three story mural by Dippie is still vibrating with the tensions he encompassed in this one powerful composition. Owen Dippie in Brooklyn. July 2015 (photo © Jaime Rojo)
  13. 13. No. 8 : Ernest Zacharevic in Brooklyn • Outside of this Lithuanian Street Artists' typical wheelhouse, its the irony of this piece that contains his DNA. Capturing the same commercial advertising linguistic that Street Artists typically lampoon, the text based riff clearly draws the connection to the appreciation for hand-style that originally marked a "style" revolution in graffiti. Ernest Zacharevic. Brooklyn, NY November 2015 (photo © Jaime Rojo)
  14. 14. No. 7 : Ella & Pitr in Norway • The French couple were in the town of Stavanger to create the World's Largest Mural so comparatively this was just doodle on the back of an envelope for Ella & Pitr, but something about it struck a chord with many this September. Ella & Pitr in Stavanger, Norway for NUART 2015. September, 2015 (photo © Jaime Rojo)
  15. 15. No. 6 : ECB in Brooklyn • His pensive and looming old men and women from Morroco have been made into a book recently, but ECB made this guy in dirty old Brooklyn this year and photographer Jaime Rojo caught it a day after heavy rains provide this reflective moment. ECB in Brooklyn. May 2015 (photo © Jaime Rojo)
  16. 16. No. 5 : Okuda in Manhattan • Nearing 20 years in the game, the Spanish Street Artist Okuda is always a pleaser with his rich-hued pop surrealism and geometrics that mimic the man-made urban environment. Here his organic forms in a New York doorway pop out from the dim grayness of the streetscape. Okuda in Manhattan. June 2015. (photo © Jaime Rojo)
  17. 17. No. 4: Case Ma'Claim in Berlin • One of the current crop of photo-realists that are drawing so much attention, Ma'Claims' meditation is often on hands. This one may have had additional appeal on Social platforms because of it's combination of skin colors and its appearance during the "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" marches in cities across the US. Case Ma'Claim in Berlin. March 2015 (photo © Jaime Rojo)
  18. 18. No. 3 : Nick Walker • The Bristol-born Mr. Walker has a soft spot for New York and this placement outside a pizza parlor of his iconic bowler-hatted avatar made a lot of connections for viewers on Facebook who shared this image like crazy last winter. Nick Walker. Manhattan, NY. January 30 2015 (photo © Jaime Rojo)
  19. 19. No. 2 : JR in Manhattan • A commercial wheatpaste project with The New York City Ballet, their principal dancer the ballerina Lauren Lovette, a documentary called LES BOSQUETS, and a real estate developer, this image features a woman flying through the air to kiss Manhattan's sky. JR in Manhattan. August 2015 (photo © Jaime Rojo)
  20. 20. No. 1 : Owen Dippie "Ninja Renaissance Masters" in Brooklyn • With 1.1 million shares across BSA Facebook page, this merging of four Renaissance master visages and the 1990s Ninja Turtles masks leap-frogged every other image they posted this year, and busted peoples' brains open. The New Zealand based Dippie was killing it this summer in Brooklyn before heading out to the West Coast, but this trackside trick continued to draw visitors long after he headed back to his homeland, and his pic wins 2015 decisively. Owen Dippie in Brooklyn. July 2015 (photo © Jaime Rojo)
  21. 21. For more news & information on Brooklyn, NYC visit Daniel Kaufman’s website below: dankaufmanbrooklyn.com

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