Here’s a hilarious and totally awesome corporate holiday video produced in 1982 by global ad agency Ogilvy & Mather. It’s soooooooo eighties!!! (Or Williamsburg circa 2013, take your pick.)

Wheat-paste street art of a rough manga-esque drawing of a cat face on the famous Jay Maisel building, an unofficial street art shrine at the corner of the Bowery and Spring Street in Nolita / Lower East Side of New York City.

We liked how the text was formatted and the colors in a presentation we attended Wednesday by trailblazing advertising executive and entrepreneur Cindy Gallop. The slide pictured here says “The new marketing reality is COMPLETE TRANSPARENCY.”

Photo of the amusing giant rat sculpture at the famous Lever House building on Park Avenue in New York City. The cast-bronze artwork is titled “The New Colossus” and is the work of a band of artists called the Bruce High Quality Foundation, whose show “Art History With Labor: 95Continue Reading

Street art regulars Rae BK and Bast have thrown graffiti on the otherwise awesome artwork by L.A.-based art-music project team of Young & Sick at the Rag & Bone wall in Nolita, in New York City. The wall is a  Rag and Bone-commissioned street-art space at the corner of HoustonContinue Reading

Photos below of German artist Wolfgang Laib‘s sublime artwork “Pollen from Hazelnut,” a major installation piece in the atrium at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City. Laib’s work is made up of yellow pollen he painstakingly picked by hand himself in the village where he livesContinue Reading

The doors to an old industrial building on Almstadstrasse that have been bombed with street art, mostly of wheat-pasted photo images of a dog’s head. The industrial structure looks abandoned and is an anomaly in the otherwise very fashionable Berlin neighborhood of Spandauer Vorstadt, an area filled with large apartments,Continue Reading

A variety-pack mini-strip of recent street art work by several artists on Crosby Street near Prince Street in SoHo, New York City.

Artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres‘ “Untitled” lightbulbs installation occupies the cavernous orange-carpeted fourth-floor gallery at the New Museum in New York City. The work is of one several pieces by Gonzalez as part of the show “NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star.”

We caught these two street artists wheat-pasting some artwork Friday night in Freeman’s Alley, near Rivington Street and the Bowery in the Lower East Side of New York City. They managed to get one piece on the wall at speed and worked to get a second artwork up. But theyContinue Reading

We stumbled upon this super cool drawing by the prolific Japanese illustrator Yuko Shimizu in the B&A Journal. Shimuzu’s work has been in the New York Times, the New Yorker and Rolling Stone, among other publications, and has appeared in ad campaigns for Microsoft, Target, and Visa, as well asContinue Reading