This mysterious memorial to the late artist Andy Warhol appeared last week on on facing walls along a stretch of Ludlow Street just south of Grand Street (a segment of the block also known unofficially as the “Ludlow Street Art Gallery”). The appearance of these posters is on the anniversaryContinue Reading

In the late 1970s, the artist and pop-art superstar Andy Warhol created a series of iconic famous celebrity silkscreen portraits, including this rarely seen painting of Brazilian soccer legend Pele. This Warhol artwork is currently on view at LACMA in Los Angeles as part of an exhibition called the “Futbol:Continue Reading

The recently installed Andy Monument, a gold statue of the late artist Andy Warhol,  sits  across from the northwest corner of Union Square in New York City. Warhol was one of the most influential and ground-breaking artists to emerge in the post-modern art era and was at the forefront ofContinue Reading

New York street art: From another angle, the image mash-up of Leonard Nimoy (Star Trek’s Spock) and Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe in Nolita. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Close up of the Leonard Nimoy-Warhol’s “Marilyn” mash-up painting at Lasso in Nolita. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Another shot of the image mash-up of Leonard Nimoy (Star Trek’s Spock) and Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe painting on wall outside Lasso, a restaurant at the corner of Kenmare and Mott street in Nolita. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York street art: Another one of those celebrity-image and Andy Warhol pop-art mash-ups by artist Mr. Brainwash that have been appearing around lower Manhattan the past few months. This one of actor Leonard Nimoy, who played Spock on Star Trek, and Warhol’s famous Marilyn Monroe silkscreen painting can beContinue Reading

New York street art: Detail from stencil of a spray-paint can branded with a Campbell’s Soup can label is an homage to the late, great Andy Warhol, one of the most significant and influential 20th-century artists. Instead of “Soup,” the can reads “Spray.” This stencil can be found on theContinue Reading

New York street art: This stencil of a spray-paint can branded with a Campbell’s Soup can label is an homage to the late, great Andy Warhol, one of the most significant and influential 20th-century artists. Instead of “Soup,” the can reads “Spray.” This stencil can be found on the wallContinue Reading

New York street art: This stencil of a spray-paint can branded with a Campbell’s Soup can label is an homage to the late, great Andy Warhol, one of the most significant and influential 20th-century artists. Instead of “Soup,” the can reads “Spray.” This stencil can be found on the wallContinue Reading

New York street art: This stencil of a spray-paint can branded with a Campbell’s Soup can label is an homage to the late, great Andy Warhol, one of the most significant and influential 20th-century artists. Instead of “Soup,” the can reads “Spray.” Warhol created series of artworks in the 1960sContinue Reading

New York City street art: Leonard Nimoy rendered in wheatpaste in the style of Warhol on Wooster Street in SoHo. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York City street art: Legendary Star Trek cast member Leonard Nimoy (who played Spock in the sci-fi movie and TV series), in the style of the late great artist Andy Warhol, on Wooster Street in SoHo, downtown Manhattan. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York City street art: Another shot of Britney Spears a la (in the style of) the late Andy Warhol on Wooster Street in SoHo. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images

New York City street art: Britney Spears a la Andy Warhol on Wooster Street in SoHo. © Ivan Corsa Photo – Street Art Images