Brooklyn is well known for its vibrant art scene. Over the past two weeks, many new murals were unveiled, adding vibrant color, imagery, and self-expression to our neighborhoods, documenting 2020 in the process. (There is also the Papergirl Brooklyn project you should check out and the public art along Atlantic Avenue).
500-foot-long mural in DUMBO done by artist Misha Tyutyunik. Credit: Dominick Mull
Front & York, a mixed-use development in DUMBO, once had a bland construction fence and now houses a 500-foot-long mural dedicated to essential workers that was unveiled on October 13.
Misha Tyutyunik, a DUMBO-based, Ukrainian born painter, created it specifically for Front & York and wanted to express gratitude for the thousands of essential workers who have kept New York running during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“All workers are essential, which is the title of the piece, and I’m all
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