Legendary street artist Mike Giant has ventured across the country from his San Francisco to create a big installation underneath the Manhattan Bridge in Chinatown, New York City.
It’s a huge all black and white creation that looks like a sketchbook doodle, but has also clearly been meticulously put together. It features a bunch of skulls and different fonts that shout skate-inspired slogans to its viewers.
It’s loud and bold and has a serious ‘80s/’90s influence.
Giant was commissioned to create the piece by Kingbrown Magazine which focuses on aspects of street art: from graffiti to graphic design and multimedia.
More at kingbrownmag.com.