You can find Brian Mylius’ pieces throughout various parts of Venice. The local artist combines bright colors and detailed shading to depict abstractions of local inner-city life. Mylius’ latest mural juxtaposes the oblivious serenity of beach life with the menacing city beyond. We really like how he plays with the
Back in May, in New York’s Meat Packing District, there was a massive video projection of Kanye West’s minimalist music clip for the song “New Slaves,” a sparse acid-house-hip-hop tune about racism and materialism. The video was projected on the side of a building and the event coincided with video
There’s a building at the corner of Kent and S. 5th streets in Brooklyn’s Willamsburg neighborhood that’s completely covered with an epic mural, the kind of street-art takeover of a building that’s pretty rare and thus all the more stunning.
Can design be unintentional? Consider this house on Roma Court in Marina Del Rey, in Los Angeles. It’s wrapped in what appears to be a giant fumigation cover, and, within the context of the surrounding homes and adjacent bridge, it seems to work. But it works in a strange, unexpected
“The King is Gone … But Not Forgotten” is the message on this set of crude wheat-paste street art pieces on a door on Spring Street in SoHo.
Taxi pulls up. Passenger gets out. Passenger leaves the door open for new passenger who swoops in. The series of photos below show the process as it transpired recently on Ludlow Street in New York City’s Lower East Side on a hot and humid summer evening. Classic.
Over drinks with friends on a recent hot, humid evening in New York’s Lower East Side, the conversation turned to the subject of design, specifically Ikea and some of the Swedish company’s flatware products. Our friend S. drew this literal napkin sketch of what the Ikea fork and knife looks
Pix below of some wild postings for the ongoing “Save Domino” campaign, an effort to preserve and — gain landmark building status for — several buildings that are part of the former Domino Sugar factory in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
In the latest installment of our ongoing photo project series What’s Outside the Window?, here’s an image of the view from our Delta airlines window seat of the control tower at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York. An El Al airlines’ Boeing 747 jumbo jet is parked
Our bro-in-the-know in Los Angeles, Ryan, spotted and shot some cool pix of this epic street art piece by Jesse Hazelip in Venice. Great stuff. Ryan Baum images. All rights reserved.
Ryan Baum images. All rights reserved.
Fresh street art by Dain, one of Global Graphica’s favoritie artists. This wheat-paste street art piece, like much of Dain’s work, is in SoHo, in downtown New York City.
These chandeliers in the ground-floor bar at the DL, a massive Lower East Side restaurant and club, are decadent and lovely.