Another one of those “Grampa” wheat-paste street art pieces we see mostly around SoHo. The image always reminds of of Alfred Hitchcock. Usually these are in color and signed by the artist. This one is unusual insofar that it’s a black-and-white line drawing and has “Soho” written on it. We
“Photograph Your Girlfriend” stencil graffiti street art on a door stoop at Lafayette Street just north of Spring Street in SoHo, New York City.
We love how this “Cleaners & Tailor” neon sign to this shop in Chinatown bathes the entire space in an ominous red glow.
The artist and “Lady” tagger who goes by the name Lady Millard put her signature cursive and umlauted spray tag on this large black-and-white American Apparel ad on the side of a cast-iron building on Mulberry Street in Nolita, in New York City. “Lady” has been popping up everywhere downtown
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.
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.
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
Wheat-paste street art of a rough manga-esque drawing of a cat face on the famous Jay Maisel building, an unofficial street art shrine at the corner of the Bowery and Spring Street in Nolita / Lower East Side of New York City.
Street art regulars Rae BK and Bast have thrown graffiti on the otherwise awesome artwork by L.A.-based art-music project team of Young & Sick at the Rag & Bone wall in Nolita, in New York City. The wall is a Rag and Bone-commissioned street-art space at the corner of Houston
Wheat-paste street art poster by artist Dylan Egon of Native American in traditional garb and toting a modern, high-powered assault gun near the corner of Wooster and Grand streets in SoHo, in downtown Manhattan, NYC.
An example of yarn-bombing par excellence: A Volkswagen Beetle and a bicycle completely wrapped in bright-colored knitted yarn on Elizabeth Street, south of Broome Street, in the Chinatown-Nolita hinterland of the Lower East Side, in downtown New York City. This is the work of Brooklyn-based Polish artist Agata Olek. Abso-f*cking-lutely
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 be