Alright, we’re here in Times Square, New York City, and here they are … lots more fresh photos, including close-ups, of the massive, epic street art building-takeover and billboard by French artist JR. The the giant-eye billboard artwork is the crowning touch on a project that’s been in the works
French street artist JR he has put the finishing touches on and unveiled another massive eye image, part of the Inside Out Project, on a billboard atop a building in Times Square. Pictures below. JR has been taking photos of people and pasting these to the sidewalk and around a
Street art painting of rabbits by artist Max Neutra on the Abbott-Kinney strip in Venice, in Los Angeles.
We were pleasantly surprised to find this massive street-art mural by the American artist and street-art rockstar Alec (a.k.a., “Alec Monopoly”) in the lobby of the outrageously epic and luxurious W Hotel in Seminyak, Bali, in Indonesia. The artwork includes many of the iconic characters and celebrities Alec has included
This recent street art (pictures below) by the street artist “WhIsBe” in New York City is charged with provocative imagery and is a striking piece of commentary on corporate brands and the military. The artwork is a mash-up of the McDonald’s corporation’s red-headed clown mascot Ronald McDonald and its branding
The big sound board set up at the Bowery Ballroom in New York always looks so nice lit up in the darkness of the club. If we could, we’d buy one of these and mount it on the wall of our office as a piece of ready-made art and at
This has got to be the most stylish and the only stand-alone shop of super-stylish eyewear brand Oliver Peoples we’ve seen. Its architectural design aesthetic is so fitting for its location in Malibu, near Los Angeles.
Hey Everybody! We’re looking to expand our team of contributing editors around the world. We hope you like some of the new things we’ve been in the process of doing with the Global Graphica site the past few months. The broadening of our coverage and team is part of that
Street art by Brooklyn, New York-based artists collective Faile in the Jordaan neighborhood, near the Nine Streets district of Amsterdam.
Another one of French street-art superstar JR’s giant eyes. This one at Gjelina, a trendy restaurant on the hip Abbot-Kinney strip in the Venice area of Los Angeles.
Pictured below is the entrance to the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin building, or Berlin State Library, in the German capital. The building is a sprawling piece of post-war architectural modernism by architects Hans Scharoun and Edgar Wisniewski. It’s an architectural landmark that’s a bit under-appreciated compared to Berlin’s other, more famous
At the current 10-year anniversary exhibition at the Mori Art Museum at Roppongi Hills, in Tokyo, a gallery was devoted to a mini-retrospective of the futuristic, thought-provoking design and style of cult Japanese fashion brand Final Home.
We’ve decamped to Los Angeles for a few days, where we like to start our days with serious coffee from Intelligentsia Coffee at our satellite Global Graphica home, at Sunset Junction in Silver Lake. Pictured below are a couple of Black Cat espresso shots and an Indonesian slow-pour coffee.
Some superdope street art on a property hoarding fence near the intersection of Beverly Boulevard and Virgil Avenue in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles.
Partner in crime Nick, a creative director at an influential downtown New York City advertising agency, took a moment on a recent night out in SoHo to show off and share the awesome three-star tattoo on his forearm. Love it.
Stencil street art image of Chinese artist Ai Wei Wei on Crosby Street in SoHo, New York City.
Partner in crime Moritz was wearing such a superdope graphic t-shirt on a recent night out on downtown New York City, that we asked him to model it for us. The tee design is a brilliant, whimsical image with a kind of retro English, possibly Edwardian quality to it, like
The image of Tyler the Creator, one of the leading members of hip-hop group Odd Future (Wolf Gang Kill Them All) is the subject of this street art in the trendy De Pijp neighborhood of Amsterdam.
Vice magazine co-founder and host of the HBO Vice TV series, Shane Smith, talks with MTV co-founder Tom Freston about the future of the media at Internet Week in New York.