If you weren't already aware of London's Moniker Art Fair, you may have been introduced to the Director, Tina Ziegler last year on Episode #3 of the "Samo is Dead" podcast, starring The L.I.S.A. Project's own, Wayne Rada.
The L.I.S.A. Project is a 501c3 non profit organization bringing together a diverse group of street artists to the historic Little Italy neighborhood to create Manhattan's first mural district. In addition, this important organization spreads street art love into other endeavors as well. Wayne was happy to be one of the hometown helping hands for Tina when she was ready to bring her wondrous circus to town! He not only found & secured walls in the surrounding neighborhood of the fair for featured artists, MeresOne, Brusk, Findac, Jose Mendez and D-Face; Wayne also secured one for a local favorite: Buff Monster.
Booths and business cards are the typical thing you get out of these events, but Tina and her team have changed the game. Even though the Sold Crew sat inside recording podcast interviews during the fair, each break was the same thing: Grab your camera, and get back outside to capture the action!
There were murals from Egle Zvirblyte also created in the neighborhood courtesy of Brooklyn Street Art. Thank you to the guys at BSA also! Enjoy our entire collection of shots from Moniker 2018 Brooklyn Edition, at and around the Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse.
Contributors to this WIP (work in progress) article: Nicole Gordon, Kristy Calabro, John Domine' and Erica Stella.