We caught this awesomely fresh stencil of Mel Gibson at the bottom of a door on Prince St. in Soho, New York City. Seeing this gives us an idea — what we’d really, really like to see is a stencil of Russell Crowe on the side door of the MercerContinue Reading

A mid-dsitance shot of the Mel Gibson stencil on Prince St. in Soho, New York City. If you want to find this one, walk west on Prince from Broadway, past the the Apple Computer Store, towards Kid Robot. You’ll find this on the left side of the street. Ivan CorsaContinue Reading

Here’s a close-up detail shot of a fresh Mel Gibson stencil on Prince St. in Soho, New York City. If you want to find this one, walk west on Prince from Broadway, past the the Apple Computer Store, towards Kid Robot. You’ll find this on the left side of theContinue Reading

A surprisingly large piece of graf in a surprsing location, in a very small, well-manicured park in Saint Germain des-Pres in Paris. This “up” has a African tribal aesthetic, which distinguishes it from much of the classic New York “wild-style” type of aerosol art that dominates the graf landscape worldwide.Continue Reading

A black-and-white wheat-paste street art of some dude wearing sunglasses in the Saint Germain des-Pres neighborhood of Paris. The nabe is filled with art galleries and shops selling rare-books and antiquities, as well as some chi chi Parisian real estate. Ivan Corsa Photo

Another shot of some black-and-white wheat-paste street art of some dude wearing sunglasses in the Saint Germain des-Pres neighborhood of Paris. The nabe is filled with art galleries and shops selling rare-books and antiquities, as well as some chi chi Parisian real estate. Ivan Corsa Photo

The work and moniker of street artist Space Invader is inspired by the 1980’s Japanese arcade video game sensation “Space Invaders.” The artist’s mosaics are large renderings of the digitally pixelated alien from the video game, and the tile-works come in various sizes and colors. We found this example ofContinue Reading

We’ve been in France for the better part of the last two weeks, so there’s been a bit of a hiatus here at the Global Graphica site. But we’re back with a vengeance and loads of new images of street art and graf and more from France. We took theseContinue Reading