It's no secret that New York City is home to some seriously incredible artwork. However, you don't always have battle the crowds in a tourist packed museum to get your daily dose of artistic inspiration.
In fact, the city is actually home to a number of budding artists who take their talents to the streets and transform the boring old buildings into colorful concrete canvases.
If there's one person that knows a thing or two about some pretty dope street art, it's Marcela Nowak.
During a recent trip to the city, this Polish design student decided to ditch the Met and MoMA for a unique art experience that's a little less mainstream than stuffy museum scene.
So, she set out to find some of the most badass graffiti on the face of Brooklyn's buildings and captured a stunning visual series that highlights all of the incredible murals at the Bushwick Collective Art.
If you haven't heard of this urban art sanctuary before, the Bushwick is an outdoor street gallery that draws in amazing artists from all over the world.
All of the photos below captured by Nowak are nothing short of spectacular, and they just might inspire you to finally break out of your apartment hibernation and see some of these awe-inspiring works of urban art.
If you enjoyed this article, check out this Stunning Subway Art That’s Hidden Four-Stories Below NYC!