There are many definition of the word “ideal.” One of these is “an ultimate object or aim of endeavor.” Another is “a standard of perfection, beauty, or excellence.” And yet another is “existing as a mental image or in fancy or imagination only, broadly : lacking practicality.” There are more along
Graffiti street art image of a retro-style Sony Handycam video camera on the rollershutter of an appliance repair shop on Canal Street in the Lower East Side of New York City.
This construction-site hoarding has quickly become a canvas for graffiti and street art including the spray-painted message “Love is stronger” (and “Being drunk is better!”).
The latest, commissioned street art at the Rag & Bone JEAN concept store is this mural by artist Hisham Akira Bharoocha.
We spotted these espadrilles with embroidered images of surfers in the display window at Cote A Coast, a small clothing shop on Mulberry Street in Nolita, in downtown New York City. The linen footwear is by Denim Sky.
Massive mural by the street artist “Faith47” on a building at the corner of Broome and Chrystie streets near the Bowery in New York’s Lower East Side.
Awesome example of truck-as-canvas street art on Essex Street in the Lower East Side of New York City.
For decades mass-market juices and milk were sold in paper-box cartons, but in recent years all sorts of other juices and beverages have been packaged in new, cleverly designed containers as in the example below of beautifully packaged juices and water (the first time we’ve ever seen water in a
Surfer magazine has boldly introduced its new, artsier design and wider format with this stark black-and-white cover illustration in a style reminiscent of late children’s book creator Maurice Sendak. The illustration is inspired by the theme of this month’s issue, “addiction” (as in, “addicted to surfing”).