Street art Tokyo, Japan: One of American artist Shepard Fairey’s Obey Giant stickers in Harajuku area near Omotesando. This neighborhood is a popular place for young people to shop for clothes and discover new fashion. Many small creative-type companies are in this part of Tokyo. Posted by Akemi Fujiwara

Supercore is taking a well-earned and long-awaited vacation in the coming week, and in doing so will be stepping away from the laptop and turning the Global Graphica website duties to guest blogger Akemi Fujiwara in Japan. Akemi is an interactive creative director for a hot, young Japanese advertising agencyContinue Reading

Massive artwork by the street artist Blu at the Tate Modern museum in London, U.K. BLU at the Tate Modern, London from Philippp on Vimeo.

Long, raw video documenting lots and lots of street art along Leake Street and the tunnel near Waterloo Station on the South Bank in London, U.K. Really top-drawer stuff. Leake Street, London from Philippp on Vimeo.

Street art by the ubiquitous Stickman. His stuff is everywhere in downtown New York City. We’ve never been a fan of Stickman, but we’ve always admired that he’s so prolific. That said, we certainly like the direction he’s been going with some recent work. Pictured here is a large paste-upContinue Reading

New York City street art: $198 painted wood placard on Ludlow Street between Delancey and Rivington street, in the Lower East Side. Priceless, fuck ya! © Ivan Corsa Photo

Downtown art: Two shots from the street of the Simon Preston Gallery on Broome Street in the Lower East Side. The gallery is one of dozens that have opened on the LES in the past couple of years, evidence of the burgeoning and important art scene in the neighborhood andContinue Reading

Coat of arms stickers in Miami. © Ivan Corsa Photos – Street Art Images

Short video of the always impressive and amusing GRL projections. This clip is of a recent excursion to Tokyo, Japan. G.R.L. ♥ Tokyo from Evan Roth on Vimeo.

Video of Inkfetish and Dibo street art collabo at the London club Cargo. Inkfetish X Dibo Graffiti @Cargo London from Bruce Sky on Vimeo.

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Comic illustrated paste-up of dude with a megaphone and the opposite message of a doomsday cliche © Ivan Corsa Photos – Street Art Images

New York City street art: “The End is Not Near” wheatpaste poster at Bowery and Houston streets, downtown NYC. © Ivan Corsa Photos – Street Art Images