Continuing along the waterfront, moving west towards the more vibrant part of Williamsburg, the Brooklyn street art scene didn’t slow down.
It’s not just art on the buildings that features in the area. Look up, look down, and you’ll be sure to find something that wasn’t immediately apparent.
Heading into the “main” part of Williamsburg, the abandoned warehouses started to give way to occupied and converted warehouses. Shops, bars, restaurants, galleries, apartments etc – all have been popping up in Williamsburg for quite a while now, and it certainly didn’t seem to be showing any signs of abating. There was plenty more Brooklyn street art to discover in this part of town.
Follow the links for my Brooklyn Street Art Tour Part 1, Part 3 and Part 4.