“You!” paste-ups on Ludlow Street in the Lower East Side of downtown New York City. This stretch of wall along the block of Ludlow between Hester and Canal streets has recently become a regular spot for street art, especially of a strain of art-world conscious wheat-paste works and posters.
One of our go-to local restaurants downtown New York City is the Fat Radish. It’s just a block away from Global Graphica HQ in the Below-Delancey (a.k.a., “BelDel”) / Northeast Chinatown area of the Lower East Side. The restaurant menu is an refreshingly original, contemporary take on English gastropub fare
We found this awesome and kind of creepy and grotesque illustration on the desk of M., the art director working on one of our projects. He let is take a pic of it and post it to GG. Thanks, M.
The morning post-surf scene in front the Lost Weekend NYC surf cafe and shop on Orchard St., in the Lower East Side of downtown New York City.
We couldn’t resist this guilty pleasure (and neither could 17 million YouTube viewers): The latest DC Shoes Gymkhana video of an insanely awesome high-speed drive by Ken Block through the streets of San Francisco.
Photo of the first issue of WAX magazine fresh on the newsstand at McNally-Jackson book store in SoHo, New York City. The new mag bills itself as “a magazine for urban surfers.” We love it. Of course, we’re a little biased. Full disclosure: Global Graphica’s Van Corsa is one of
The Los Angeles Time’s recently ran a story about the innovated preservation of an iconic, massive mural painted by artist Johanna Poethig on a downtown L.A. building in 1993. As the L.A. Times’ photo below shows, the mural, titled “Calle de la Eternidad,” is currently under scaffolding as work is