New York street art: Wheatpaste with Statue of Liberty image by FKDL on the building at the northwest corner of Spring Street and The Bowery in Nolita. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: More fresh work from FKDL. This Statue of Liberty wheatpaste is on the building at the northwest corner of Spring Street and The Bowery in Nolita. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Two monstrous faces by “RB” (?) in SoHo. Together these are like the masks of comedy and tragedy, or the two face of a Janus. At first glance, the works looks like that of Kaws, but on closer look less than defined and without the cleanContinue Reading

New York street art: Another of the two monstrous faces by “RB” (?) in SoHo. Together these are like the masks of comedy and tragedy. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Detail from street art work by “RB” (?) in SoHo. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: One of two monstrous faces by “RB” (?) in SoHo. Together these are like the masks of comedy and tragedy. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Two monstrous faces by “RB” (?) in SoHo. Together these are like the masks of comedy and tragedy, or the two face of a Janus. At first glance, the works looks like that of Kaws, but on closer look less than defined and without the cleanContinue Reading

New York street art: Detail from stencil of a spray-paint can branded with a Campbell’s Soup can label is an homage to the late, great Andy Warhol, one of the most significant and influential 20th-century artists. Instead of “Soup,” the can reads “Spray.” This stencil can be found on theContinue Reading

New York street art: This stencil of a spray-paint can branded with a Campbell’s Soup can label is an homage to the late, great Andy Warhol, one of the most significant and influential 20th-century artists. Instead of “Soup,” the can reads “Spray.” This stencil can be found on the wallContinue Reading

New York street art: This stencil of a spray-paint can branded with a Campbell’s Soup can label is an homage to the late, great Andy Warhol, one of the most significant and influential 20th-century artists. Instead of “Soup,” the can reads “Spray.” This stencil can be found on the wallContinue Reading

New York street art: This stencil of a spray-paint can branded with a Campbell’s Soup can label is an homage to the late, great Andy Warhol, one of the most significant and influential 20th-century artists. Instead of “Soup,” the can reads “Spray.” Warhol created series of artworks in the 1960sContinue Reading

New York street art: Another shot of the wheatpaste artwork of a dancing John McCain by street artist Billi Kid. Love it. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Detail from wheatpaste artwork of a dancing John McCain by street artist Billi Kid. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Street artist Billi Kid’s wheatpaste artwork of U.S. Senator and former presidential candidate John McCain dancing on the south side of Houston Street, between The Bowery and Elizabeth Street. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Street artist Billi Kid breaks away from the usual celebrity-in-a-pink-convertible theme and goes full-body political with this wheatpaste artwork of U.S. Senator and former presidential candidate John McCain dancing. We presume that McCain’s head was Photoshoped onto someone else’s body. The artwork can be found onContinue Reading

New York street art: Closer shot of the wheatepaste image of a woman’s green face that at a distance looks like (1.) the work of Judith Supine (one of our favorite street artists), what with the green hue, but upon closer inspection is not; and (2.) the late actress AudreyContinue Reading

New York street art: Closer shot of the wheatepaste image of a woman’s green face that at a distance looks like (1.) the work of Judith Supine (one of our favorite street artists), what with the green hue, but upon closer inspection is not; and (2.) the late actress AudreyContinue Reading

New York street art: Wheatepaste image of a woman’s face that at a distance looks like (1.) the work of Judith Supine (one of our favorite street artists), what with the green hue, but upon closer inspection is not; and (2.) the late actress Audrey Hepburn, but upon closer inspectionContinue Reading