Well … okay, maybe not the best forever-ever, ever-ever, ever-ever … but close. This truck, which is often parked near a flea market in Soho in New York City, is one of our all-time favorite examples of graf-on-vehicle aeresol art. And it’s certainly one of the most colorful in allContinue Reading

Paris Street Art: Cat Head in Les Marais Meow! Lots going on in this image taken in Le Marais — street signs, some very French architecture, and a wheat-paste of a black-and-white cathead. As pure street art goes, wheat pastes are probably our favorite medium. That this cathead is approximatelyContinue Reading

Our series of posts on Paris street art and graf continues with this image snapped in the Les Marais neighborhood. This plaster or wood plaque has a high-contrast image of doll’s head rendered on it, but the eyes have been blocked out. Kind of creepy, but thus an effective, powerfulContinue Reading

And here’s another close-up shot of the adhesive bandage street-art. There’s a bit of drippy black graf on this green relay-mailbox in Soho in New York City. But it’s covered by a cheeky piece of street art in the form of a giant adhesive bandage: A street art dressing forContinue Reading

Here’s a close-up shot (with photog’s hand in view) displaying the bandage design. This image was shot using the built-in camera on a Palm Treo 650 Smartphone. There’s a bit of drippy black graf on this green relay-mailbox in Soho in New York City. But it’s covered by a cheekyContinue Reading

There’s a bit of drippy black graf on this green relay-mailbox in Soho in New York City. But it’s covered by a cheeky piece of street art in the form of a giant adhesive bandage: A street art dressing for a graf writer’s boo boo. Brilliant. Ivan Corsa Photo

We’ve been on vacation at Global Graphica since the Thanksgiving holiday break, so apologies for it being kind of quiet around here post-wise for the past week or so. But now we’re back with tons of new graphica to share with you from New York City and points from aroundContinue Reading