We’ve had some fun in the past imagining what it might be like if Picasso was a street artist, so we decided to come up with a new imaginary double mural in the Chelsea neighborhood of NYC. Wouldn’t it be cool to see something like this while walking down the street?
I was pleased to see a Google Doodle for Zaha Hadid today, the Iraqi-British architect who was the first woman to receive the Pritzker Architecture Prize (back in 2004). I’ve become intrigued by her work ever since the Hadid-designed condos at 520 West 28th Street in Chelsea started going up in 2014. Every time I’m […]
I went into NYC today to see some art gallery exhibitions, and it was my first trip into NYC since the presidential inauguration took place. Sure enough, there was some post-election political rants via street art … a lot of words, and not very much imagery to go with it. Here’s a few new street […]
I was wandering around the Chelsea neighborhood of NYC, going to art gallery shows, as well as seeing what things around me on the street were catching my attention. I don’t remember the exact location, but within the same block I found a view filled with glass, as evidenced by the high-rise buildings, below left, […]
I was walking around NYC today, checking out art gallery exhibitions in Chelsea and taking pictures both in the galleries and on the streets. As I’m looking over my photos tonight, I’m seeing quite a few street pictures that seem to focus on vertical elements of NYC architecture. It wasn’t a conscious compositional idea at […]
I saw this plaque below on a wall outside of the Cheim and Read Gallery in Chelsea the other day. It reads: When there’s no safe place to sleep, you’re tired from walking all day and exhausted from the night because it’s twice as dangerous then. When I first saw it, I figured whichever street […]
On a recent visit to New York’s Chelsea Arts District, we happened upon this piece of street art – alongside all of the stencil art, wheat-pasted posters, and other artistic graffiti, was this little Lego piece glued to the wall. We can honestly say this is the first time we’ve ever seen Legos used as […]