Check out this Academy Award-nominated animated short film called “Logorama.” It’s clever in its use of logos to create a visual landscape and characters made up entirely of brands. The movie tells a Pulp Fiction-like story that’s full of wit, dark humor and enormously entertaining.
More awesome life-size wheat-paste street art by artist Primo on Crosby St. (our favorite old cobblestone lane in way-downtown NYC) in SoHo. This one shows the usual Primo character dressed up as a cop and, of course, carrying a pistol.
Another one of the cat-bunny-like creatures in sticker form that can be found in the street-art layer around Harajuku and Shibuya in Tokyo, Japan. This one is orange and has a little buddy, some kind of Frankenstiened doll in his (its) left paw-hand thingy. Love it.
Wheat-paste street-art on Wooster St. in SoHo. The black-and-white profile image is of a woman sporting a 1960′s-style hairdo. We have to wonder if the lady in this picture is actually a man in drag. Even though her hairstyle is different and face only vaguely similar, we can’t help but think of Amy Winehouse when we look at this photo.
Wheat-paste street art at Prince Street and Broadway, towards Mercer St., in SoHo. This wonderful set of four colorful high-top sneakers is pasted up on the pink hoarding around the former Victoria’s Secret stroe , which is being remodeled for the launch of new Victoria’s Secret Pink brand store. We’ve been seeing a lot of these sneaker posters around SoHo and Nolita in recent months. Good, solid stuff.