Cockroaches, pigeons and rats, oh my! Welcome to New York!
Whimsical, illuminated, translucent gnomes by artist Sam Tufnell at the Castle Fitzjohns Gallery in New York’s Lower East Side.
Street art by the artist BoyKong is the latest to grace the commissioned mural space at clothing brand Rag & Bone/Jean’s Nolita concept store in New York City.
College Humor makes a particularly salient and amusing point about our ever-thinly-sliced attention spans and our consumption of content on the Interwebs. Point taken.
New York artist Bradley Theodore strikes again with a new piece of street art in New York’s Lower East Side. Continuing with his series of images depicting fashion-world celebrities as impressionistic, colorful skeletons, Bradley has painted this full-body portrait of style icon Nick Wooster on a door to the popular
The World Cup has a meme. As U.K. newspaper the Guardian has pointed out, the explosive celebrations of Miguel Herrera have gone viral. As the manager of the Mexican national football ( soccer ) team, Herrera presided over a well-deserved 3-1 win over Croatia in the final group stage match
We just picked up this artfully crafted “La Cupola” espresso maker by Alessi at the Eataly foodie emporium in Smeraldo, in Milan, Italy. We couldn’t resist, what with coffee being something close to sacred to us here at GG, and the design of this device making it an object of
The phrase “I need a Miracle” is the latest cryptic message to appear on the billboard on the side of building at the northeast corner of Delancey and Orchards streets in the heart of New York City’s Lower East Side. Previous messages have included “I can’t grow up,” and at
“H-Edge” is a super cool stainless steel sculpture by British-based designer Cecil Balmond installed a few days ago in the piazza in front of the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum and flagship store in Florence (Firenze), Italy. The artwork is part of an exhibition with the Ferragamo, and its installation coincides with
We’ve been in Milan, Italy, for a few days where we made time to join the crowd of thousands at Piazza Castello to watch the Italy v Costa Rica World Cup football ( soccer ) match on a big outdoor television screen. Pictured below, an Italian TV journalist does a