Love this from Street Art Utopia, by David Walker. The flow is amazinginly free, I really like how clean it is while being messy at the same time. It shows an incredible skill level while displaying Walker’s style and talent as well.
In NYC a couple weeks ago, I saw a little Obey which was looking pretty old and weathered and some yarn art on Wooster St., perhaps from the same artist that did this. Not sure, just speculation, not sure how many people use yarn as their choice medium.
The High Line in Manhattan I stumbled upon this on the way to my storage unit a couple of weeks ago in Manhattan, somewhere along west 29th St. I didn’t have time to go up on the high line to actually see it straight on, but I think this angle is pretty amazing by itself. [...]
NYC, Kid Robot store. I love a brand that can mock itself, or I think that’s what they’re doing with these tee’s. I feel like when these two tees are merchandised right next to each other in the store, there’s an obvious playful element involved. I can just see the creative director smiling as [...]
The Cove, in La Jolla, SD. San Diego is pretty limited in street art(or as one of my best friends has said, San Diego has no street art, which I tend to mostly agree with after living in NY for so long) but there are some random pieces that are really beautiful. I really like [...]
I saw this in Ocean Beach last week, one of my favorite beach towns, a very unique place. I would assume whoever it is who advertises themselves on this bike like this may actually an abundance of work there.