Brooklyn, you so fancy; a new mural in Fort Greene will be photographed and featured in an upcoming issue of Vanity Fair!

The 96-by-67-foot work, titled "Untitled 2012," was done by San Francisco street artist Barry McGee, and was commissioned specifically by the Conde Nast culture mag as part of their "Art in the Streets" program, which bolsters local street and public art. Last year, the mag featured public murals by Shepard Fairey, Retna and Kenny Scharf, which were done along the West Hollywood Public Library in Los Angeles. McGee, who has been a street artists since the early '80s and currently has a retrospective on view at the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, took 10 days to paint "Untitled 2012."

The mural is located on on the east wall of the Mark Morris Dance Center, near culture powerhouse BAM. "Brooklyn is the Creative Capital of New York City, and what better showcase than Mark Morris Dance Center for his mural," Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz said in a press release. The piece will be photographed by Jason Schmidt, and will be featured in the magazine's December issue.