Street art stencil of a human brain rendered in gold spray paint on a utility box in Amsterdam. The ubiquitous “Love” tag is below.
We recently went to the Wren, a bar and restaurant on New York’s Bowery, where we stumbled upon this Custo graffiti-tag sticker in the bathroom. A nice surprise.
Some fresh wheat-paste street art in the recessed doorway of an old abandoned building on Ludlow Street in the Lower East Side of New York City.
Energetic graffiti art on a roller-shutter door on Kastanienallee street in the Prenzlauer-Berg neighborhood of Berlin. We’re not huge fans of most graffiti art, but we like this piece.
The “Black Carrot Duo” has another wheat-paste street art poster on a building hoarding on Prince Street in Nolita, in New York City. Artist Lady Millard’s has put her “Lady” tag on the work.
“You and Me” wheat-paste street art with a mix of typographic styles. This street-art piece in on the Spring Street side of the famous “Jay Maisel building” on the Bowery in the Lower East Side of 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.
The “Carrot Duo” strike again, this time on Crosby Street south of Spring Street in SoHo. These dudes’ stuff has been getting up a lot downtown in recent weeks.
On Saturday, we stumbled upon this solid stencil street art on Elizabeth Street in fashionable Nolita, in downtown New York City. It’s a good example of the stencil medium, and we like the slogan “Art rules the streets,” though the notion itself is more aspirational hype than reality. More of