Masstransiscope is back! One of NYC’s most beloved public art projects, Bill Brand’s Masstransiscope, re-opened this week in the tunnels near the DeKalb station in downtown Brooklyn. The zoetropic work, installed in 1980, is made up of 228 colorful images which can be seen by riders on the inbound B or Q trains. The animated work has been a favorite for generations of New York subway riders, and Brooklynites in particular. It’s been restored after vandals defaced the artwork and we are thrilled to see it again. So after you go to the amazing Afropunk Festival this weekend in Fort Greene, take a ride into Manhattan and keep your eyes peeled to see if for yourself!