Tag Archives: graffiti
A fun DIY idea to try on your home walls..
One of the things I miss most about living in Williamsburg is the abundance of random and easy to find inspiration. Although quickly evolving into one of Brooklyn’s most gentrified and expensive place to live, hand printed posters, and illegal … Continue reading
Wearing – Zara white jeans, Mezlan brown shoes (seen here), Cole Haan Merced Duffel bag (seen here and here), and Etro pinstripe shirt. Photos: Emily Malan _____ Facebook – Twitter – Bloglovin – RSS – Tumblr – Pinterest
Another Brooklyn find; industrial plate metal doors, painted grey, with elongated hinges, and a full height, steel handle. I bet these are especially cool over the summer, when all the ivy is in bloom, adding some complimentary green to the … Continue reading
Another unique graffiti type door in Brooklyn’s chic Williamsburg neighborhood. ___ I really like how this door is mostly coverd in square black and white type prints and then contrasted with only a few colored cutouts. For a fun DIY … Continue reading
The main entrance door of the Zebulon cafe on Wythe avenue in Brooklyn’s chic Williamsburg neighborhood. ___ I really love the graffiti scribble that cleverly matches the bronze door handle. Contrasted to the rusty door, the weathered brick and concrete … Continue reading
Just a few blocks from me on Broadway in Williamsburg, Brooklyn; a uniquely scribbled, graffiti painted front door. ___ Design Thoughts: Although I often post graffiti inspiration, I really am not a big fan of the jungled scribbles that to … Continue reading
While walking around NYC this summer I found this graffiti detailed column in Chelsea, and love how the shape of the portrait distorts the rigid lines of the perfectly straight, painted cast-iron column.
Just a few blocks from me on Wythe avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn; a graffiti style painted metal door. ___ Design Suggestions: Easily transform any ordinary and inexpensive door by applying your own graphics and patterns using a mix of your … Continue reading
Street Art Fun! For the concerning environmentalist, the paint spilled on this Berlin intersection was water-based and environmentally friendly.