New QUEEN ANDREA Street Mural Unveiled at Ascenzi Square in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Street artist Andrea von Bujdoss, better known as QUEEN ANDREA, recently finished an amazing piece of literal street art painted directly on the street in Williamsburg’s Ascenzi Square.

[…] the mural was inspired by “New York City’s diversity.” This 3,475-square-foot asphalt mural by the influential graffiti artist was commissioned by the Department of Transportation as part of its New York City beautification initiative. Specifically, this mural was part of three “asphalt activations” that have been appearing at certain Citi Bike stations.

Check out QUEEN ANDREA’s portfolio for more of her work.

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