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 anniversary
As the pix below show, Tuesday was a “snow day” here in New York City due to the massive winter storm, dubbed Juno, that started hitting the city Monday afternoon. But while the blizzard started out big, blustery and with very heavy snowfall Monday, the second wave of the storm
Local TV news weather forecast in New York City. Look at those weather maps graphics!
As regular readers of Global Graphica know, we’re fans of Apartamento magazine. We always get excited when we see a new issue hit the newstands. It’s one of those rare periodicals these days that is almost exclusively a print experience; There’s an Apartamento website but it’s a mere presence. The magazine’s
This is one of our favorite third-wave coffee joints in New York City. Toby’s Estate is in the heart of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and has one of the warmest and most convivial atmospheres of any cafe in NYC. The coffee is excellent. Toby’s own coffee roastery is at the back of
Granted, it’s only the second week of the new year, but cheeky blog-post title aside, this freshly painted street art by the Newark, New Jersey-based street artist “Mr. Mustart” is one of the best, strongest, most visually arresting street artworks we’ve seen in the past six months or so. The mural
Some colleagues scored some cronuts from the Dominique Ansel patisserie in SoHo on the way back to our office after an early morning client meeting downtown. And they shared with us. And it was good. Really, really good. OMG yummy.
This fresh new artwork by artists Diana Garcia and Gabriel Specter at the Woodward Gallery’s Project Space (in front of the Ghost space) on Eldridge Street on New York’s Lower East Side. The work is on view through February 14, 2014. The wall is yet another space dedicated to curated
We just caught up with the first Banksy truck, the one with the “mobile” garden” (a diorama-like nature scene with waterfall, rainbows, etc.) installed in the back of the vehicle, parked at the comer of Bleecker and Thompson streets in New York’s Greenwich Village. The mobile garden truck rolled out