Best places to see graffiti

Streetsy publisher Jake Dobkin reveals his four favorite graffiti spots.

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  • Williamsburg

  • Williamsburg

  • Williamsburg

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  • Williamsburg

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  • Williamsburg

  • Williamsburg

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  • Williamsburg

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  • Bushwick (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Bushwick (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Bushwick (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Bushwick (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Bushwick (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Bushwick (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Bushwick (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Bushwick (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Bushwick (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Bushwick (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Bushwick (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Bushwick (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Bushwick (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Bushwick (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Bushwick (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Carroll Gardens (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Carroll Gardens (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Carroll Gardens (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Carroll Gardens (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Carroll Gardens (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Carroll Gardens (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Carroll Gardens (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Carroll Gardens (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Chelsea (Photo: Kyle Garson)

  • Chelsea (Photo: Kyle Garson)

Williamsburg

Grattan St between Bogart and Morgan Aves, Bushwick, Brooklyn
“On the north side of the street, there’s a small shack covered with stuff. Right now, it’s Elbow Toe and C215.”

North 6th St between Bedford and Kent Aves, Williamsburg, Brooklyn
“Shepard Fairey was running it for most of 2008. There’s a huge piece by Ethos on North 6th between Kent and Wythe, on the south side of the street. If you’re lucky, you’ll also see Faile, C215 and Judith Supine.”

21st and 22nd Sts between Tenth and Eleventh Aves
“The wall outside Eyebeam gallery is decorated by graffiti artists. They hit across the street, too, so you’ll see stuff by the Graffiti Research Lab, Elbow Toe and some Gaia.”

3rd Street Bridge between Third Ave and Bond St, Gowanus, Brooklyn
“Look toward the powerhouse on 2nd Street: There’s a big red building about one block north of the bridge, where work by Booker runs the periphery of the building. Elbow Toe, You Go Girl and Bloke often hit the streets nearby.”

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