The latest in our ongoing photo project What’s Outside the Window? is this picture of the view from a Virgin … More
A utility box painted with colorful artwork on Sunset Blvd. in Silver Lake, in Los Angeles.
While the Global Graphica team is in Los Angeles, we’re getting a Japanese-Hario-style slow-pour coffee fix at the Intelligentsia Coffee … More
While waiting for our roller-bag at the baggage claim at LAX, we spotted one of those “Love Me” stickers on … More
We’ve decamped from New York City to spend a few days in Los Angeles during the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday period. … More
This massive wheat-paste street-art piece by Shepard Fairey (of Obey / “Giant Has a Posse” fame) features a gang of … More
This massive styrofoam tunnel by artist Carsten Holler is called “Swinging Curve” and is on view at the New Museum … More
The new Aether shop in New York City is a tent pitched and ported to a tricked-out classic Airstream camping … More
Two of the four covers designed for Fast Company magazine’s “Great Tech War” feature last month. Here we see Jeff Bezos … More
Graffiti-art bust that double as a mobile art gallery and studio parked in front of the New Museum in New … More
Wheat-paste street-art post-up of a small boy wearing and an old-school beanie cap and scratching his butt. We found this … More
The bald mannequin in the display window at designer Vivienne Tam’s Mercer Street store in SoHo, in New York City.
Our colleague Chris, with whom we worked on a project this past summer, shows off his upside-down Roma piano graphic … More
We are in love with these white lights in the elevator landing at the advertising agency and production agency offices … More
A photo spread in New York Magazine of a famous image by the Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan. The artwork is … More
Happy ice cream wheat-paste street art by artist Buff Monster on the wall next to the parking lot at the … More
We were rummaging around the closet at Global Graphica HQ in New York a couple of weeks ago when we … More
The view looking north out at an office window in TriBeCa with a view of the Empire State Building in … More
“A Native American was Here” Graffiti in SoHo, in New York City.