Wacky car art studio on Morgan Avenue features unique pieces

Artist Yarrow Mazzetti started OverKill Productions two and a half years ago out of a passion for innovation. He has employed some of Brooklyn's talented

Wacky works of art are featured in a Morgan Avenue studio.

Wacky works of art are featured in a Morgan Avenue studio. (2/27/13)

BROOKLYN - Wacky works of art are being featured in a Morgan Avenue studio.

Artist Yarrow Mazzetti started OverKill Productions two and a half years ago out of a passion for innovation. He has employed some of Brooklyn's talented young artists to turn practical commodities like cars and furniture into unique works of art.

Works featured at the studio can cost upward of $150,000. These pieces make their way to some of Manhattan's hot spots and eventually down to Nevada's annual Burning Man Festival.

Mazzetti's own pieces will be placed outdoors throughout the city as part of a project called "Illuminate Lower Manhattan."
 

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