More awesome wheat-paste street art posters by the artist Dain next to Pedro’s Mexican restaurant near York St. Station in DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass), in Brooklyn, New York City. Dain is among our favorite artists creating artwork on the streets of NYC and one of the most
Detailed street art paint-up in DUMBO, Brooklyn, of an old lady right next to Pedro’s Mexican restaurant on York Street. The lady depicted in this image has an “ethnic” look reminiscent of images of immigrants to New York as seen in archival footage from the early part of the 20th
Red-and-gold “Couch the Slouch” bird posting on Broome Street, Lower East Side, NYC. We heart the color combination and flat graphical style of the bird.
Artist Haculla strikes Broome Street with a pair of wheat-paste street art posters, one of which does the mash-up of illustration and hyperbolic supermarket tabloid with screaming headline “My Twisted Night with Brit” (Brit, of course, being controversial pop-music star and regular gossip-press fodder Britney Spears). Love the lines “Lies4Sale
Mesmerizing, hypnotic clip of Tokyo urban scenery and architecture speeding by as seen and captured on HD Flip-cam video by our own Supercore from the seat of a bullet train (shinkansen) departing the Japanese capital bound for Kyoto and Osaka. Enjoy …
Large wheat-paste street art of illustrated black-and-white faces near next to the Mexican restaurant (we forget the name) near York Street Station in DUMBO (Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass), in Brooklyn, New York City.
Torn street art posters in DUMBO, Brooklyn of three nude women wearing gas masks. Creepy, yet intriguing.
Large wheat-paste street art by artist Shepard Fairey (Obey / Swindle / Giant Has a Posse) on Broome Street, between Elizabeth and Bowery streets, in the Lower East Side / Chinatown / Nolita area of downtown New York City. The woman in the image is Burmese politician and democracy advocate
Crosby Street in SoHo, in New York City, is a virtual gallery of street art unto itself. This life-size painted paste-up of a man holding an acoustic guitar is on the narrow cobblestone lane. Thing of beauty. F-ing love it!!!
It was a brilliant surprise on a recent morning to find this freshly thrown up black-and-white wheatpaste street art as we walked down Ludlow Street, not far from Global Graphica HQ. Usually this stretch of wall between Grand and Hester streets, is painted more-or-less solid black, which is the way
The Brazilian street-art superstars Os Gemeos, “The Twins,” recently painted this massive mural in Nolita / NoHo / Lower East Side, in downtown New York City. The work occupies the space on a wall at the corner of Houston Street and Bowery where a famous Keith Haring reproduction was painted.
Beautiful wheat-paste street art in DUMBO, in Brooklyn, by either Dain or Judith Supine (or someone else). This work looks a lot like recent work by Dain we’ve been seeing during the past year elsewhere in New York City, especially in SoHo, but the color (green) and collage-like qualities remind
Pix of a cool tag-painted van parked in Chinatown, in New York City. “Smart” is painted as graffiti on its rear doors. The “A” in smart is written with circle around it, like the symbol for anarchy but as if the circle is really another letterform altogether ( a “G”
These color-and-shape abstract wheat-paste street-art posters have been popping up all over lower Manhattan again in the past couple of months. We think they’re great. There’s even one on the second-floor-level wall of the apartment building a couple of doors down from Global Graphica HQ in the Lower East Side.
“Rulet Le Este” wheatpaste street-art poster of reindeer with gold-adorned antlers, somewhere in downtown New York City. Hmm … hmm.
Face wheat-paste poster in DUMBO, Brooklyn.