The Shining Light(house) of Asbury Park

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On my most-recent visit to Asbury Park, I noticed this large scale mural on the side of Asbury Lanes, the local bowling alley. It’s clearly owned by someone who appreciates the arts, considering the website’s home page features a bowling-themed version of Leonardo’s Last Supper, by artist Mike McLaughlin. But back to the mural, this […]

New graffiti game review by the Bushwick Daily

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Yesterday we released a new game called The Graffiti Challenge, in which you play as a NYC graffiti artist who travels between Manhattan, Williamsburg and Bushwick in order to look for locations to paint graffiti and to observe graffiti made by real-world graffiti artists. Today, the game was reviewed by Jacque Medina at the Bushwick […]

Graffiti tiles to bring back those CBGB memories

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If you’re someone with any sort of nostalgia for the graffiti-covered bathrooms of CBGB’s (below left), then you have a nice, clean modern version to utilize in your home: Peronda Group’s “Banksy Museum Design Collection” of graffiti tiles, seen below right. Hold on, though – this concept brings up a number of questions, which I […]