It’s Saturday in New York’s Lower East Side on a hot, steamy late summer day and we’re enjoying our iced “New Orleans”-style cup of Blue Bottle at Lost Weekend NYC, which has the benefit of giving us the surf report at Far Rockaway Beach, NYC. As the chalk board reads,
This recent work by Hanksy (a portmanteau of Banksy x Hanks, as in Tom Hanks) on Orchard Street in New York’s Lower East Side is a mash-up of graphics and illustration featuring a bald eagle with the head of actor Bryan Cranston, the star of the American television series “Breaking
We’re fans of Jamaican-styled Miss Lily’s, a roots reggae record shop and Internet radio station that’s also a cafe and “juicebox” — a place that makes fresh smoothies and juices — on Houston Street, on the border of SoHo and Greenwich Village, in downtown Manhattan, NYC. The full name is
The “Vandal” street art painting by influential and pioneering (he was an inspiration to Banksy) U.K. stencil artist Nick Walker on Eldridge Street, deep in New York’s Lower East Side-Chinatown interzone, has quickly become a neighborhood landmark. The artwork was put up in the summer of 2012. These fresh images
We replaced our favorite pair of salmony-red Van’s lace-up sneakers after the canvas got torn on the edge of a bike pedal on a ride last week. We couldn’t find the exact same salmony-red model so we decided to change things up and bought this classic pair of vanilla Van’s
OjodePez is a rather serious but excellent art and journalistic photography magazine from Spain. Pictured here is edition 29 of magazine.
We were on a swiftly moving train at night somewhere along New Jersey’s string of sprawling seaside towns when the lights suddenly went out in the train car except for the signage that read “This Station.”
We first saw this handwritten-styled, street-artsy graffiti message “I will miss you …” a couple of months ago next to the famous Deitch Wall art space at Bowery and Houston streets in NoHo, in downtown New York City. Our post of images of that graffiti on Global Graphica seemed to resonate with
Great detail photos below of some epic street art near Roberta’s Pizza in Bushwick, in Brooklyn. (Thanks, Richard!) Richard Haase images. All rights reserved.
Spotted in the wild … that infamous truck covered in Angry Birds-inspired graffiti art in New York’s Chinatown.
This colorful Mexican taco stand in New York City’s Far Rockaway beach neighborhood is called, aptly enough, Rockaway Taco. It arguably has the best fish tacos in NYC, quite possibly the best along the eastern seaboard. The place is a magnet for NYC beach-hipsters and urban surfers from Manhattan and
Artist Henry Samelson is the latest painter commissioned to put up a mural at Rag & Bone’s showcase flagship store in New York’s Lower East Side. This beautiful street artwork is titled “White Noise.”