It’s been a while since we last posted photos of fresh street art by “Haculla.” We just haven’t seen as much new artwork from the downtown New York street art star in recent months, but to be fair we haven’t been spending as much time at the spot next to
Last weekend this chest of drawers was left out on the sidewalk at the corner of Mulberry and Prince streets in Nolita, near SoHo, in New York City. Somebody who had been partying too much the night before got creative and wrote “Last night I got so f*cked up that
There’s been an explosion of these stencil street art images of Ai Wei Wei in downtown New York City the past couple of weeks. Wei Wei is the controversial Beijing-based Chinese artist and activist currently banned from traveling outside China. The travel ban is alluded to in the graffiti message
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.
We caught a crew of graffiti artists painting a new piece of artwork on one of those graff-covered wholesale delivery trucks that seem to be everywhere in New York’s Chinatown and Lower East Side (LES). We’re not sure, but we think the graffiti writers might be Tats Cru (if anybody
Some superdope street art on a property hoarding fence near the intersection of Beverly Boulevard and Virgil Avenue in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles.
Last week we paid another visit to FOAM, the wonderful, influential photography museum in Amsterdam, where there is currently a major exhibition of photographs by Stephen Gill. Included in the show were several images from the British photographer’s “Covered or Removed” series, a collection of photos of urban spaces in
The “Love me” street-art graffiti-sticker meme really seems like it’s everywhere, including the new indoor taxi rank at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York.
The “Love Me” graffiti art message has spread like wildfire globally in the past few years and become an icon, if not a brand, in and of itself adopted by other brands and designers, such as Saturday’s Surf clothing store and Bear Pond Espresso shops in Tokyo. Pictured here is
We got a nice laugh out of this piece of graffiti we found one of those metal sidewalk basement doors one sees all over New York City. This one is on Orchard Street, between Broome and Grand streets, in the art-fashion part of the Lower East Side. The words “Skim”
“Photograph Your Girlfriend” stencil graffiti street art on a door stoop at Lafayette Street just north of Spring Street in SoHo, New York City.
Brooklyn-based street artist Bast seems like he’s on a frackin’ rampage with his broad-stroked black tag throwing shade on commercial and commisioned work downtown. Check out this massive tag we stumbled upon Saturday on Grand Street in SoHo, New York City. We’ve been seeing more of these loud, ridiculous tags
We stumbled upon this tiny, droll example of sticker street art on W. 47th Street in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen. The sticker art is a Sharpie-styled illustration of a laptop computer with audio lines emanating from the device.