Here’s the side of the “Superfeen” truck by ESPO in Soho. This panel reads “Go Superfeen Go!” Note the superhero Superfeen’s key qualities noted at the sides: “He’s not for truth and justice” and “He’s for the American Way.” “Superfeen” is the latest brilliant installment of graf-cum-street art by theContinue Reading

“Superfeen” is the latest brilliant installment of graf-cum-street art by the renowned New York artist ESPO on this always-parked Soho truck. The back of the truck is a panel dubbed “Caffeine and Nicotine,” wherein an anti-superhero takes a coffee and smoke break. Unfortunately, we weren’t carrying the heavier-duty Nikon digitalContinue Reading

“Uneek” is the only indicator of authorship or branding on this sticker we found in lower Manhattan. The face is a rather rubber-faced rendering of the character “Reverend Jim Ignatowski” from the American TV sitcom “Taxi,” which was originally broadcast between 1978 and 1982. The character was played by theContinue Reading

Here’s a detail shot showing the “DRSEX” part of the larger, longer “HOLLRDRSEX” tag. New and old examples of the “DrSex” tag can be found around downtown Manhattan, mainly on the walls of old apartment buildings and storefronts in the Lower East Side and the East Village. But usually theContinue Reading

… And to be fair, here’s a detail shot of the “HOLLR” half of the East Village “HOLLRDRSEX” tag. New and old examples of the “DrSex” tag can be found around downtown Manhattan, mainly on the walls of old apartment buildings and storefronts in the Lower East Side and theContinue Reading

Here’s the detail shot of Buff Monster’s silicon-breast-enhanced wheat-paste in downtown New York City. Here’s some recent work by the street artist known as Buff Monster. This pink Japanese-anime-like character – the “Buff Monster” – can be found in many places in Los Angeles, where the artist lives. But thisContinue Reading

Here’s some recent work by the street artist known as Buff Monster. This pink Japanese-anime-like character – the “Buff Monster” – can be found in many places in Los Angeles, where the artist lives. But this example is a continent away in lower Manhattan, NYC. Sometimes one of Buff Monster’sContinue Reading

Here’s second shot of work by the influential French street artist who goes by the moniker Andre (“Tout Va Bien”), who left his mark in several New York City locations during a recent visit here. In the high-rent downtown neighborhood known as Nolita, Andre painted his iconic character “Monsieur A,”Continue Reading

The influential French street artist who goes by the moniker Andre (“Tout Va Bien”) left his mark in several New York City locations during a recent visit here. In the high-rent downtown neighborhood known as Nolita, Andre painted his iconic character “Monsieur A,”which can be found throughout Paris and otherContinue Reading

Here’s another example of wood-cut work at the street art gallery that is 11 Spring Street in Nolita, New York City. The sign’s message can be interpreted in more than one way, obviously. However, there’s also a degree of irony at play here if the declaration is taken literally, thatContinue Reading

Here’s close-up shop of the “Keep on Grass” wood-cut. We found this work at the street art gallery that is 11 Spring Street in Nolita, New York City. The sign’s message can be interpreted in more than one way, obviously. However, there’s also a degree of irony at play hereContinue Reading

Here’s some sticker art we found on a “stand” waterpipe in Soho, NYC. This sticker image of a boy’s (man’s) face is drawn in such a manner that the illustration could work well as a stencil. The face looks Asian and the bandanna suggests a Japanese sushi maker. “Overconsum” isContinue Reading

New and old examples of the “DrSex” tag can be found around downtown Manhattan, mainly on the walls of old apartment buildings and storefronts in the Lower East Side and the East Village. But usually the tag is just written as “DRSEX.” Pictured here, though, is a longer moniker, “HOLLRDRSEX,”Continue Reading

Here’s a closer-up shot of some NYC sticker art. This sticker image of a boy’s (man’s) face is drawn in such a manner that the illustration could work well as a stencil. The face looks Asian and the bandanna suggests a Japanese sushi maker. “Overconsum” is written on the headcover.Continue Reading

This shot shows a slightly closer-up view of this awesome Soho tag “Kuko.” Here’s an example of some top-drawer graf on Spring St. in Soho, New York City. We love how the tag bleeds. Nice touch. The tag reads “Kuko,” but we could be wrong — we don’t recognize theContinue Reading

Here’s an example of some top-drawer graf on Spring St. in Soho, New York City. We love how the tag bleeds. Nice touch. The tag reads “Kuko,” but we could be wrong — we don’t recognize the writer’s name or the tag itself. Great style, without being overdone. Making aContinue Reading