I've started this exploration where every Sunday (and by every I mean the past two weeks) I go for an extensive walk around Brooklyn. I kill two birds with one stone -- I get exercise and get to explore random parts of Brooklyn I might otherwise not see. Seeing as how I'll be moving in June, I thought it only correct to get it right it's time and actually explore a neighborhood before moving to it. This past year in Bed-Stuy has been interesting, but it's time to go. My area is 80% residential with a plethora of fried chicken and Chinese joints. That was cute in the beginning for the Sunday hangover cure, but when the Chinese lady is able to identify you based on voice and know what food to give me when I walk in, you know you have a problem. So thus began the need for exploration. I've taken so many side streets and seen some awesome places, but something that I've particularly have enjoyed is the street art. This all started with me glancing through a book a friend of mine had of the graffiti artist Banksy (Wall and Piece) and I loved so many pieces of his work. And no I haven't been living under a rock and just discovered him, but I never looked at all of the pieces he's done. As I walked around, I kept seeing walls covered in beautiful work. So I documented some of my favorite ones and I bring them to you. Enjoy!