Working Class represents a community of local artists in New York. We are a Brooklyn-based quarterly web and print zine showcasing talent from all corners of the art world: writers, photographers, poets, illustrators, street artists, small business owners, actors and musicians. With New York as our vibrant – and sometimes brutal – backdrop, Working Class taps the pulse of the art world and discusses why we all stick around.

Working Class represents a community of local artists in New York. We are a Brooklyn-based quarterly web and print zine showcasing talent from all corners of the art world: writers, photographers, poets, illustrators, street artists, small business owners, actors and musicians. With New York as our vibrant – and sometimes brutal – backdrop, Working Class taps the pulse of the art world and discusses why we all stick around.

Working Class represents a community of local artists in New York. We are a Brooklyn-based quarterly web and print zine showcasing talent from all corners of the art world: writers, photographers, poets, illustrators, street artists, small business owners, actors and musicians. With New York as our vibrant – and sometimes brutal – backdrop, Working Class taps the pulse of the art world and discusses why we all stick around.

Working Class represents a community of local artists in New York. We are a Brooklyn-based quarterly web and print zine showcasing talent from all corners of the art world: writers, photographers, poets, illustrators, street artists, small business owners, actors and musicians. With New York as our vibrant – and sometimes brutal – backdrop, Working Class taps the pulse of the art world and discusses why we all stick around.

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