Street art from the US’s hottest urban area: The streets of Brooklyn

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The Brooklyn of the future may look more like the one from the early 2000s, but this is Brooklyn in 2017, and its artists have been doing it all along.

Here are the top 10 street art pieces that have gone viral on the internet in 2017:Brickwork by local artist James Jones (above) and Brooklyn-based artist Daniel Tse (below) is seen here on the Brooklyn Bridge in Brooklyn.

Brick work by local artists James Jones and Daniel Tsey (above), Brooklyn-born artists, and local-based Brooklyn-native artist Daniel Taylor (below).

The artists were inspired to make street art by a local resident who was unable to return home because of Hurricane Sandy.

They decided to make their own makeshift art installation, called The Bridge, on the bridge that carries New York’s East River.

The installation is a giant concrete sculpture of a floating bridge, with a stenciled message written on it reading: “Take a look.”

The artists created a series of four small sculptures, each one smaller than a football field, and each one featuring a different message.

They have also made large murals in the bridge’s shape, including one that features a giant shark in a sea of neon.

The two sculptures are not the only work to go viral this year, as Brooklyn-Based artist Daniel Tay (above left) and local artist, Daniel Tson, have both created artwork that has been shared over 200,000 times on Instagram.

In May, the Brooklyn-Born artist uploaded a photo of himself, along with his mother, dressed in his trademark denim jacket, white shirt and white pants.

He also posted a photo showing off his new, tattooed wrist and posted the caption “A New York City art project that has already been picked up by Instagram.

#BrickWork”.

A picture of the two sculptures on the New York skyline in mid-September.

A photo of the Brooklyn artist on his new tattooed wrists.

A picture posted by Daniel Taylor (@danieltson) on Sep 20, 2017 at 8:03am PDTWhile he is known for his tattooing work, Daniel Tay also does other things as well, such as working as a security guard at Brooklyn’s Grand Central Station, helping out with street art at various Brooklyn art spaces and creating art in his own backyard.

His newest piece, titled “Hail the Bronx,” has been posted on Instagram and has been picked as one of the top 100 artworks of 2017.

The piece is a huge black and white painting of a black man with a yellow mustache and black pants, all painted on top of a massive brick.

The artist also posted the piece on his Facebook page, where it received over 6,000 likes, and has received over 100 comments.

Daniel Tay said he is inspired by the Bronx, which he says is one of New York State’s poorest neighborhoods.

The mural was created on July 20, and is the third piece of art to be featured on Daniel Tay’s Instagram account.

He shared a picture of his piece with the caption: “We need a new art project for the Bronx.

We need your help!”

Daniel Tay’s piece, which has been seen over 100,000 time on Instagram, was featured on his Instagram page.

He has been featured on several television shows, including “NYPD Blue,” which he has also directed, and “The Blacklist.”

Daniel Taylor, a local artist from Brooklyn, has been a part of the city’s culture for more than a decade.

He is known as a talented street artist, and he also helped with graffiti art in Brooklyn in the late 1990s and early 2000’s.

He was recently featured on the HBO series “Hard Knocks,” as well as a documentary called “Brooklyn.”

The Brooklyn-American born artist has been recognized by the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and is known to be a “very active and active member of the graffiti scene,” and has created a number of large murbs on the streets of the borough, including a mural that is now one of Brooklyn’s most popular.

In the same vein, Daniel Taylor, who was born in Brooklyn, is also a part owner of a local mural studio called Mural Studio.

His mural “The Bronx” has also been featured in “Hard Knock” and has gone viral.

In February, Daniel shared a video with his friends and fans of the “Hardknocks” series on his instagram page.

His friends and family have also been supportive of his work and work on a variety of projects in the borough.

Daniel is also featured in the show “Brookylicious,” a podcast that is hosted by Daniel TSON.

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