New commissioned artwork by artist Sweet Toof at the Woodward Gallery’s Project Space on Eldridge Street in New York City.
Cheeky, funny (maybe even prophetic) slogan street art wild-posted on Crosby Street in SoHo, New York. Facebook users, take note. ;P
Massive-scale “Home Sick” graffiti art on a corrugated fence on Wythe Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, in New York.
Street art stencil image of be-bop-era Miles Davis (?) by Trapart on Jersey Lane in SoHo, downtown New York City. Full of awesome. We love how “trapart” is an enigmatic palindrome. 🙂
When we first saw this large street art piece by artist Serban Ionescu and David Nordine on Ludlow Street in New York’s Lower East Side in June 2013, they were literally watching the paint dry as they put finishing touches on their roller-shutter mural. At the time, the art work
This wheat-paste street art (or “wheatie”) of a super cute, larger-than-life baby face by artist “Mactrukk” has been popping up around New York City lately, including at a spot on the famous graffiti-covered former bank building owned and inhabited by photographer Jay Maisel at the corner on Spring Street and
This stenciled “Smoke Trees” wheat-pasted street art poster in the Lower East Side of New York City has a graphical, lo-fi propaganda feel. The bear iconography and message harkens to Smoky the Bear and public service ad campaigns to create awareness about forest fire prevention. The message here is subversive
Recent street art painting by Bradley Theodore depicting legendary Vogue magazine editor Diana Vreeland. The artwork is on Lafayette Street between Prince and Spring streets in SoHo, in downtown New York City. Theodore’s street art images are portraits of iconic figures from the fashion world rendered as colorful, grotesque skeletons.
Pictured here is some more wheat-paste street art by the ubiquitous and prolific post-graffiti artist Cost (a.k.a., Adam Cost) referencing the French street artist Invader (a.k.a., Space Invader) and his signature retro-1980s videogame icon. This one is on Crosby Street in SoHo, in New York City.
Here’s another instance of one of those stencil street art images of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln we’ve been stumbling upon occasionally in New York City over the past year. This one is on a wall along Crosby Street near Howard Street across from the Mondrian Hotel in SoHo.
This recent wheat-paste street art piece in New York’s Lower East Side depicts a man in what appears to be traditional Arab headwear. The artwork has been partially peeled off and destroyed in a short time. The street art — if it’s still there — is on Broome Street, on that
These painted mannequin legs were mounted on a manhole cover by an unknown artist at the intersection of Crosby and Prince streets in SoHo, in New York, last week, to the amusement of many passersby who couldn’t resist an fun, easy photo opp.
We stumbled upon this wheat-paste street art in Williamsburg, Brooklyn that’s a part of a guerrilla ad campaign for the wesbite ItMakesYouHappier.com. There’s a kind wood-block print aesthetic to the look and feel of the campaign that’s refreshing.
Here’s another one of those massive “eye” wheat-paste street art pieces by the French artist JR. This one is on the side of a lofts apartment building next to the Williamsburg Bridge, in the Willamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn. The placement of the artwork near the busy bridge ensures that a
… He might have looked like this rendering of the 16th U.S president in this piece of wheat-paste street art in downtown New York City.