Urban Street Art: PaperMonster Hits Brooklyn


I'm really diggin' these new pieces by urban artist PaperMonster. Recently found on the streets of Brooklyn, New York, the works are part of his “Give and Take Project.”

PaperMonster is a stencil graffiti artist whose vivid and intricate pieces explore the beauty behind the eyes and facial expressions of women.

Born in Puerto Rico, PaperMonster uses stencil and pasting techniques to create works of art on any surface. He incorporates pop culture icons, Asian typography, and different patterns and textures to present vibrant emotions and stories.


PaperMonster's website

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