India St Mural Artists Announced: Ali Aschman, Eve Biddle & Joshua Frankel, Joshua Abram Howard, Robert Seng, Skewville, Chris Soria

Ali Aschman's "Evil don't look like anthing..." (Still in progress)

It’s official…the artists for the India Street Mural Project (Facebook page) have been announced!

Here’s a blurb about each artist and their intended mural. Work begins June 1 (all via the North Brooklyn Public Art Coalition & Joanne Kim):

Ali Aschman, Seascape

Inhabited by characters inspired by mythology and the artist’s own imagination, Aschman’s Seascape reflects the site’s close proximity to the East River and Newtown Creek.

Eve Biddle & Joshua Frankel, India Street Rocket

Biddle and Frankel’s India Street Rocket presents a metaphor for celebration in uncertain times.

Joshua Abram Howard, Super Duper Sound System

Drawing inspiration from cultural objects and representations of Native Americans, Super Duper Sound System evokes the presence and history of hip-hop culture in Brooklyn.

Robert Seng, Knock Knock

In this mysterious and inviting interplay between the two walls that enclose India Street, Seng’s Knock Knock invites the viewer into a conversation about the doors that are sealed and those that remain hidden from view.

Skewville, Welcome to Greenpoint

This Brooklyn collaborative’s goal is to unite local artists to promote Greenpoint.

Chris Soria, American Monster

Soria’s proposal chronicles Greenpoint’s history of abandoned industry by amalgamating independent moments of the iconic American Manufacturing Company (AKA the Brooklyn Terminal Market).

Photo caption: My photo of Ali Aschman’s Evil don’t look like anything… (Still in progress) from last year’s Bushwick Open Studios

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