We were riding by the Deitch Wall in New York City Wednesday evening when we came across the artist Swoon hard at work on a massive new mural. The artwork looked to be about 90% complete and Swoon herself was working details with a brush from atop a hydraulic platform.
Friday evening we stumbled upon the artists REVOK and POSE working on a new street art mural at the Deitch Wall, the commissioned space at the corner of Bowery and Houston streets in downtown New York City. Looking forward to seeing the finished work. More pix to come.
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
Photos of work-in-progress mural by a paint crew at the “Kenmare Wall,” on Kenmare Street between Bowery and Elizabeth Street in Nolita, New York City.
Fresh “Popeye” mural street art by legendary graffiti artist John “Crash” Matos at the Deitch Wall, the commissioned, curated art space at the corner of Bowery and Houston Street in downtown New York City.
We just caught sight of the new street-art mural at the Deitch Wall, at the corner of Houston Street and the Bowery, in downtown Manhattan, New York City. “Marty” seems to be the work of a group of artists who were putting the finishing touches on the artwork as we
Photos of the beautiful, sexy glassed-in lounge terrace and bar on the second floor of the Standard Hotel East Village, on the Bowery in New York City.
An updated pic of the massive street-artwork by the New York-based Japanese artist Aiko (a.k.a., “Lady Aiko”) at the Deitch Wall, sometimes called the Bowery Wall, near the corner of the Bowery and Houston Street in downtown New York City. Aiko has worked with artists Takashi Murakami and Banksy in
Our fearless leader, Van Corsa, standing in front of the “Deitch Wall” at the corner of Houston Street and Bowery in downtown New York City. Photo by Seymour Templar (a.k.a., Major Deegan). Copyright 2011-12 Major Deegan / Daniel Puissant Photo. All rights reserved. Traduction française ci-dessous. | Traducción al español
Super large street art work based on comic book theme at “the Deitch Wall” at the intersection of Bowery and Houston streets in NoHo, in downtown Manhattan. Super gros travaux d’art de rue sur le thème de bande dessinée au “mur de Deitch» à l’intersection des rues Bowery et Houston
Yet more awesomeness at the massive commissioned art space on the wall at the northwest corner of Bowery and Houston streets in downtown New York City. In the past, epic works by international street-art superstars such as Shepard Fairey, Os Gemeos, JR and Keith Haring occupied this space originally curated
“Who is Jeff Wallace?” this sidewalk sign asks passersby on East Houston Street. Wallace is a bespectacled and bearded “resident beer guru” in the incredibly curated beer store within the Whole Foods supermarket at Bowery and Houston street in the Lower East Side of downtown New York City.
The current mural at the “Bowery Wall” (a.k.a., the “Deitch Wall”) in downtown New York City is an epic, colorful composition of 3D block letters and abstract 2D graphical shapes. The massive painting is by the artist Lakwena and its message “Lift you higher” could be describing the artwork itself.
In 2009, the Brazilian twin-brother street-artist duo who go by the name Os Gemeos painted a massive mural at the “Deitch Wall,” also called the Bowery Wall, at the northwest corner of Bowery and Houston streets in downtown New York CIty. At the time, Global Graphica covered the event and
New street from the always awesome A.S.V.P. at the site of the former Pulino’s restaurant on Houston Street near southwest corner of intersection with Bowery, across from the Bowery Wall, a.k.a., the Deitch Wall.
We stumbled upon this poster on a wall next door to the Japanese beef shop on Great Jones Street in NoHo near the Bowery.
Pulino’s on the Bowery is our downtown go-to weekend spot for Italian-style brunches in New York City. The food and atmosphere are great. And its location at the corner of Bowery and Houston streets means it’s in a prime spot for taking a break during our usual weekly art circuit
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
There’s something so poignant and blazingly authentic about this piece of graffiti and its sentiment. Find it at the corner of Bowery and Houston Street, next the Deitch Wall, in New York City.
Hey, it’s Mr. Miyagi! Ya’ know, the sensei in the “Karate Kid” movies of the 1980s? To be more specific, this piece of stencil street art is the face of actor Pat Morita, who portrayed the Miyagi character in the films series. We began noticing these stencils in SoHo this