“History will one day thank Jaime Rojo and Steve Harrington for the important work they have done in recording one of the most important art movements of our time. For almost a decade they have photographed and tracked some of the most exciting artists of our generation and have shared with the world on BrooklynStreetArt.com. Their passion is fueled by the firestorm of creativity exploding from the streets of New York and now has now given birth to their newest contribution in the world of street art their newest book.” – Pablo Perez, The Dirt Floor
“Jaime and Steven have produced what looks like a fabulous book on their cities glorious street art.” – Martyn Nuart.no
The Street Spot
The Street Spot
“Street Art New York gets off to a soaring start, with an eloquent foreword from the always witty and on-point cultural journalist & blogger Carolina Miranda. Jaime, a photographer whose honest love of art and beauty shows through in every picture that he takes, expands his mad dash for street art beyond the borough of Brooklyn (as featured in his first collaborative publication with Harrington) to the greater NY area. The result is a vibrant virtual who’s who of street art, featuring approximately 200 images of internationally renowned artists including C215, Os Gemeos, Judith Supine, Skewville, Herakut, Banksy, Nick Walker, and Armsrock. With Street Art New York, our authors prove once again why they have earned a reputation as passionate and discerning curators of the urban arts in galleries, on the streets, and in print. This book is a must have for anyone with a serious interest in what is happening in street art today.” – Becki Fuller, The Street Spot
The Brooklyn Paper
Wouldn’t it be nice to experience street art without every having to hit the street?
Steven Harrington and Jaime Rojo took this concept and have turned it into two successful “street art” books, the 2008 debut “Brooklyn Street Art” and their broader new collection, “Street Art New York,” which features more than 100 artists, from established writers to the new kids on the block.
You know the work — hell, it’s ubiquitous — but you don’t often know the names.
Take Skewville, the Brooklyn twins responsible for those dangling wooden sneakers on.. Meredith Deliso, The Brooklyn Paper
Mentions in the media:
Curbs and Stoops
The Dirt Floor (with Pablo Perez)
GLLTN (with Elisa Carmichael)
Urban Art Core
We Don’t Do Much
Wink Magazine – Click Pic to enlarge