Street Artists Cover Brooklyn with Murals for the "10 Years of Wooster Collective" Show

Street Artists Cover Brooklyn with Murals for the "10 Years of Wooster Collective" ShowFaith47

In celebration of their tenth anniversary, the Wooster Collective organized an impressive street art exhibition, on show at a Jonathan Levine pop-up gallery in Chelsea. As if the works by Swoon, ROA, Ben Eine, FAILE, Paul Insect, and others weren't cool enough inside the gallery, now we get a look at some of the work that popped around outside on various walls in Brooklyn.

Some of the artists to contribute murals for the show include Faith47, DALeast, Buff Monster, Shepard Fairey, The London Police, Eltono, and the list goes on. Check out some of the photos taken by the Wooster Collective of the art in progress and be sure to check the Wooster Collective website for a lot more photos and locations of the pieces.

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