Animal has the scoop on some new pieces of street art commissioned by the L.I.S.A (Little Italy Street Art) Project. Animal reports why Wayne Rada, founder of L.I.S.A, commissioned the art.
For Rada, it was it was important to show deference to both sides. “We wanted to give proper balance,” he said. “To have love for the NYPD and for those young men who was killed by police.”
This piece above features the names of the officers who were violently murdered this past week in Brooklyn. It was painted in Bushwick by Bishop 2013 and can be seen at his storefront on 143 Central Ave..
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