Los Angeles graffiti artist-writer “Sickid” decorated this dumpster along Sunset Blvd. in Silver Lake.
On Tuesday, we spied this beautiful work-in-progress graffiti art on the side of the Davy Jones Liquor Locker, a famously … More
While we’ve always had a strong distaste for the most basic, utilitarian type of territorial graffiti tag — raw vandalism … More
Awesome example of truck-as-canvas street art on Essex Street in the Lower East Side of New York City.
We saw this DIY-style “Eat Real Food” billboard from the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (BQE) while passing through Williamsburg, Brooklyn on the … More
New York City Chinatown has a high volume of small truck traffic ferrying goods to and from the many small … More
This striking, comical skull graffiti art mural was recently put up on a trio of storefront roller-gates at the corner … More
Well it’s late Apple Computer co-founder and visionary Steve Jobs, of course. As the father of the much-loved iPod, iPhone, … More
Large wheat-paste street art poster of artist Matt Siren‘s skull graphic in drip-paint style. Siren’s “wheatie” is overlaid by a … More
Pix here at the scene of artists putting the final spray-paint touches on a mural honoring punky New York hip-hop … More
This stenciled “Smoke Trees” wheat-pasted street art poster in the Lower East Side of New York City has a graphical, … More
These cats stencils can be found all over New York City, but we see a lot of them in the … More
The ubiquitous Adam Cost put up these Space Invader wheatpaste posters recently in the Lower East Side of New York. … More
Here’s a massive “claw” graffiti art tag with the word “Ideas” on a parked shipping container in New York’s East … More
Here’s some fresh wheat-paste street art by the artist “Pastey Whyte.” The “wheatie” covers an advertisement for the band Bastille … More
We caught artist Atom Rodriguez working on another of his many massive graffiti-art murals that dominate the buildings around the … More
Spotted in the wild … that infamous truck covered in Angry Birds-inspired graffiti art in New York’s Chinatown.