WWKT? What would Kanye think? We’ve recently been seeing a lot of these wheat-pasted WWKT posters around town. The one pictured here was on construction hoarding along Abbott Kinney Blvd. in Venice, in Los Angeles. The question is In the vein of “What would Jesus do?” In this case, it’s
Here’s another one of those Vegan Club wheat-pasted street art posters that have been popping up all over Los Angeles and New York. The posters have a guerla-marketing quality and are usually two-toned single color prints of a pop-cultural icon rendered in high-contrast. The one pictured here is on a
Cheeky, funny (maybe even prophetic) slogan street art wild-posted on Crosby Street in SoHo, New York. Facebook users, take note. ;P
Well it’s late Apple Computer co-founder and visionary Steve Jobs, of course. As the father of the much-loved iPod, iPhone, and iPad, Job’s legacy is a kind of ubiquitous presence in our daily lives whether or not we actually own and use an Apple device. iPhones are everywhere. Jobs’ iconic
Large wheat-paste street art poster of artist Matt Siren‘s skull graphic in drip-paint style. Siren’s “wheatie” is overlaid by a subsequent paste-up by OCMC on Bleecker Street in NoHo, downtown NYC.
Artist Magda Love is back in New York City with some wild-posting of her illustrated-graphic street art. This retro-cassette tape wheat-pasted art piece by Magda went up Wednesday morning (Tuesday night?) on Ludlow Street, in that stretch just south of Grand Street we’ve dubbed the “Ludlow Street Art Gallery” in
Pictured here is a super-fresh street art wheat-paste illustrated image of a boy with a Kalashnikov automatic rifle by artist “Teacake” on Ludlow Street in New York’s Lower East Side. As we’ve mentioned in previous postings over the past year or so, the short stretch of Ludlow Street just south
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
New street art by Brooklyn-based artist Dain, one of our favorite street art rockstars who’s been putting up artwork on walls throughout downtown Manhattan, Chelsea and Brooklyn for a few years now. Elle magazine recently interviewed Dain on the occasion of a solo show at the Lebenson Gallery in Paris.
“The King is Gone … But Not Forgotten” is the message on this set of crude wheat-paste street art pieces on a door on Spring Street in SoHo.
All manner of illustrated anatomical hearts on this wheat-paste street art piece “Love Hurts” outside the Sue Scott Gallery on Rivington Street in New York’s Lower East Side.
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.
There’s this awesome, fun wheat-paste street-art piece we stumbled across that’s a mash-up of a wolf, cheetah and unicorn. The artwork is by artist Diana Garcia. You can find it on the side of Gjelina restaurant on Abbot-Kinney Boulevard in Venice, in Los Angeles. Love it.
Fresh wheat-paste (or “wheatie”) street art by Dee Dee in SoHo, in downtown New York City. Love it.