Giant blown-up black-and-white photographic image of a Native American man’s eyes shut tight on the wall at the northwest corner of Houston Street and the Bowery in downtown New York City. The wall is a commissioned art space curated by the defunct Deitch Projects art gallery and showed artworks by
Here’s our second post in Global Graphica’s Moleskine Notebook Project: Van Corsa holds up the notebook pages displaying felt-tip marker sketches of surf boards, one long board and one short board, he drew while we were sipping espresso. Van was supposed to go surfing abroad this weekend, but had to
Astro Naut in Spain sent us a pic of his recent massive street-art mural work in Madrid. Love it! Check out more of Astro Naut’s work on Flickr. Copyright 2011 Astro Naut. All rights reserved.
In a new photo series, we’re launching the Moleskin Notebook Project. We’ll be regularly taking pictures of the notebook pages of our soft-cover Moleskine Notebook and the various casual drawings, doodles and sketches on these pages. We always carry this notebook with us to jot ideas, make lists, write down
Another massive piece of wheat-paste street art in Los Angeles from Mister Brainwash ( a.k.a., MBW, a.k.a., Thiery Guetta, who many readers will know was the subject of Banksy’s Academy Award-winning documentary film Exit Through the Gift Shop). This pic of Mr. Brainwash’s recent artwork come courtesy of our dude
Our man with the eyes in Los Angeles, Josh, delivers some street-art goodness this week including this pic he snapped of a stencil-like image of a bird looking at a question mark. This was spotted at the intersection of Orange and Melrose streets in Hollywood. Copyright 2011 Josh Lucas Photo.
DJs practicing their craft in front of Dubspot on West 14th Street in the Meat Packing District of downtown New York City.
Awesome graphic design and typographic treatment on this “Town and Country” wild-posting in Chelsea, in New York City, for a recent art event