New Public Art Everywhere This October

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

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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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