I’ve seen plenty of street art on U.S. postal stickers before, but usually they’re just on one sticker and quickly “slapped” up on walls and other locations. I saw this piece in the Chelsea neighborhood recently, and it caught my attention, not only for the artistic style, but the fact that it’s an unusually-shaped collage […]
I saw these two street art pieces in NYC last week, and they seemed like an appropriate pair of images to post today on Halloween. We hope you’re all staying safe and enjoying the night out!
As I was walking around Chelsea yesterday, seeing both art gallery exhibitions and street art, I noticed these two pieces by the artist who goes by the alias “HISS.” I’ve seen the work before, and the common theme(s) include cats and multiple eyes, and both of these street art pieces fit that trend. But not […]
As I was wandering around East Williamsburg in Brooklyn today, I saw this building for American Architectural Windows, which has been manufacturing, supplying and installing aluminum fenestration products to the U.S. building industry since 1983. It only makes sense, then, that they utilize Captain America as their unofficial (visual) spokesman, with his shield in one […]
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?
Heritage Auctions seems to be doing a fair amount of advertising in the New York Times recently, and I noted the other day how they were advertising a successful Patrick Nagel sale. I just saw another Heritage Auctions ad which promoted the recent sale results of this Alex Israel “Self Portrait,” and I thought, “that […]
I was walking on West 25th Street just east of 10th Avenue yesterday when I saw this ripped oval-shaped street art piece on the side of a townhouse there. It looked like either a reproduction of a Frans Hals painting, or at least a Hals-inspired copy, wheat-pasted to the side of this building. Not many […]
Ever wonder why some doors just seem to attract the attention of street art and graffiti artists? Someone had to be the first person to tag the door, but then how fast does it become a common and known location for other artists? Here’s two examples of doors in New York City that have attracted […]
I guess you have to be of a certain age to be familiar with the phrase “Let your fingers do the walking,” as it was a slogan and logo for the Yellow Pages, back in the pre-Google days when phone books had more relevance. Well, I guess I’m of that “certain age,” because that phrase […]
Both Donald Trump – at least his yelling mouth – and a Vladimir Putin in makeup – were spotted in the Chelsea neighborhood of NYC today … via street art, as you can see below. The billboard with Trump’s mouth was seen around 18th Street on 10th Avenue, and the Putin sticker – the imagery […]