Street art above the entrance to the Design Festa gallery in the Ura-Harajuku neighborhood of Tokyo, Japan.
Cute United Nations (UN) soldier “Cupco” wheat-paste street art poster in Harajuku, in Tokyo, Japan.
Football-theme ads in a square in downtown Reykjavik, Iceland.
Outdoor billboard advertising with a design concept using lots of faces along a road-side construction barrier in downtown Reykjavik.
Poster ads for a club event last year featuring renowned American techno DJ and producer Carl Craig in Reykjavik, Iceland. The Icelandic capital is a popular stopover for many North American and European musicians and bands while in transit across the Atlantic. The city has an energetic music scene and
Here’s another cute Sharpie-marker-type street art in Reykjavik, Iceland. The illustration is a character that looks like a cloud or puff wearing a bow tie. This could be a Japanese anime star.
Sharpie-marker street art illustration in downtown Reykjavik, Iceland. Cute.
Beautiful street-art graffiti painting in Reykjavik, Iceland. This image was taken in the wee hours of the summer morning when it’s still light out. Ivan Corsa Photo
We freakin’ love this latest theme of fresh wheat-paste street art by Dain, who is now officially among our favorite artists working the downtown New York City landscape. The artwork pictured in this post is in SoHo. We’re thinking we’re going to have to set up a category on our
Wheat-paste street art in the West Village of New York City, a place where we don’t often find fresh work. But alas, this wonderful and vivid paste-up of a shark attack with a comic-book aesthetic to boot. Awesome.
This sticker street art looks a lot like a retro-1980s videogame image a la the well-known French artist Invader (sometimes called Space Invader after the seminal arcade game). But we have serious doubts that this stickers has anything to do with him. His medium is a set a tiles —
We’ve been seeing a resurgence lately of this wheat-paste street art image of Patton-like general or solider around SoHo. Love it.
WTF is this? It’s like some monstrous, bacteria-like mutation of creature we found stuck to a wall in SoHo. – Ivan Corsa Photo | Street Art Images
Is it an orange-haired ram or some curious Icelandic creature of the imagination? Whatever it is, we think this street art painting in Reykjavik is cute and cool.
The infamous Neckface in a classic rooftop tag atop a building in DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge) neighborhood of Brooklyn. Part of what makes Neckface’s graffiti relatively well-known is the many instances of his name that appear in high-visibility locations on the New York City skyline and near freeways
More of the shark wheat-paste street art in the Meatpacking District of New York City. Instead of just the head, we’ve got the tail fin too — see below. Question: Do sharks drool? And if they do, would the drool be visible in the water?
Love this wheat-paste street art poster in New York City’s Meatpacking District. The silhouette of hand-grenade and flowers is a clever juxtaposition, an effective piece of visual cognitive dissonance.
When we were in Reykjavik, Iceland recently, we came across a lot of awesome, well-crafted and original street art and graff around the city. Many popular spots were in parking lots — above ground and underground — which we the results less likely to be frowned upon). In this garage
We’ve found a couple of great Flickr pages of street art and graffiti art devoted to the late Michael Jackson. It’s amazing how many wheat-pastes, murals, stickers and stencils there are devoted to the so-called King of Pop from all over the world, before and after his death. Michael Jackson,
Colorful graff-street art by “Curse” (?) in a small underground parking lot in downtown Reykjavik, Iceland, circa summer 2008. Note the caricature of Jay, the dude from the Silent Bob movies. — Posted by Ivan