Begun over three years ago by a "Vespa-ing photojournalist" who wanted to capture the transient street art of our time, these prints of real NY graffiti & other street enliveners can now adorn your very-not-street apartment, and evince themes from pop culture, to politics, to a "clear defiance of authority", because there's no bigger artistic statement than a bum peeing on a police car. A smattering of examples:
Pedophilia apologists Thriller fans rejoice! The King of Pop's heavily repped, from a partially-torn poster where he's done up like Warhol's Marilyn, to a plywood doorway sporting an oversized image of his Number Ones album cover, to a stencil-esque plywood job that places him in a Smooth Criminal pose next to the word KING.
Hot Girls: A famous photo of Kate Moss posterized and smeared with a dripping red dot and blue X, a Nude Model with her nips covered by painted-on censor bars, and Mona Lisa lifting up her skirt and mooning the street, obviously ushering in the Ren-ass-ance of street art.
Politics: There's a disturbing female body builder bearing the head of a beaming Sarah Palin, a totally subtle '50s-era mother handing a grenade to her Gerber-esque baby underneath a sign reading "Sorry, We're F---ed", and Obama cross-bred with icons from Superman to Heath Ledger's Joker, though he doesn't bother asking "Why so serious?" since he knows it's because of the debt ceiling, and Medicaid, and Iraq, and global warming, and...