There is a place where creativity takes on many forms. The face of a girl lost in her thoughts painted onto bricks. Poetry read aloud to a shiny-eyed audience in a small bookshop. A guitar that echoes summer played in a park packed with young people sitting on the grass.
This is Williamsburg, the Brooklyn district where the graffiti decorating the facades of former industrial buildings frames bookshops, music shops and markets in which creativity is lived and breathed each day, where the streets, packed with restaurants and trendy bars, pulse with energy and enjoyment each night, where the meeting of different cultures has given life to a city within the city, one that rewrites its rules each day.