We have a series of images that imagines what it might be like if Picasso were living today and making street art … so here’s a new addition to the collection: maybe Picasso would have painted “Guernica” on a wall along The High Line in NYC instead of on canvas. What do you think?
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?
We decided to resume our series of “If Picasso was a street artist,” so here’s our latest entry: Picasso paints a double minotaur on this wall on Unionport Road in the Bronx.
We’ve been having fun imagining what it might be like if Picasso were alive now and doing street art or graffiti. In our latest entry to the series #ifpicassodidstreetart, we imagine Picasso tagging this metal roll-down gate in the Bronx with a version of his Weeping Woman masterpiece from 1937, which portrayed his then-mistress, Dora […]
Here’s our latest entry into our series of “what if Picasso had done street art?” We saw this brick wall in Ithaca and decided to see what it might look like if a Picasso cubist painting had been mixed in with the geometric shapes of the bricks. What do you think?
We’re having fun imagining the idea what it might look like if Pablo Picasso had been a street artist. Here’s a conceptual idea of Picasso painting Blue Period figures next to the blue Citi Bikes on West 20th Street in NYC.
We’re big fans of Picasso’s art around here, and big fans of street art and graffiti as well … which lent itself to the question, what would it look like if Picasso did street art? Here’s a look at a hypothetical Picasso tag-fest in the Chelsea neighborhood of NYC. If you want to follow this […]