Monday, November 29, 2010

Julian Opie Graffiti

What? Was Julian Opie on the jobsite?

You say a little too highbrow of a reference for Construction Graffiti?

I don't think so! Julian Opie draws Construction Graffiti (It's just really expensive and sells in galle-ries)!

Friday, November 26, 2010

Construction Hooker.

Got you excited with the title though, didn't I? Someone got creative up by Hunter College and spent a good deal of time (to the tune of several hundred dollars at a union wage) making a hooked rug on this fence.

Zzzzzzzzzzz. *shakes head* Sorry. My blog is so boring today it put me to sleep. Or it could be the Tryptophan from those Thanksgiving leftovers. Nah. Bo-Ring!

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving!

Party your ass off, Construction Graffiti style! Weeeeeeeeeeee!

Wednesday, November 24, 2010


This guy is totally unhappy because all of his appendages turned to dicks. His chest is made of balls from his dick arms, and his balls are balls from other dicks. Man! You'd think that this guy made a cameo on our jobsite...

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Construction Fence Art.

This has been up forever on Rector Street, but is a nice alternative to painted blue plywood. Sort of looks like Tin-Tin and Olive Oyl had a baby girl and live in a house with a lamb and a friendly tiger.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Tiny Furniture Graffiti!

Spotted at the Cast and Crew dinner for the premier of Tiny Furniture! Check it out, kids, great new movie! Playing in NYC at IFC!

You BYOB, you pay Cockage Fee!

Well I suppose this is more Engrish than construction graffiti, but the walls of this Korean Ramen joint are covered in Graffiti, so Beer Cockage has a home at CG!

Friday, November 19, 2010


I've never really come across any construction graffiti that I really considered cute, but this certainly comes close.

Of course, cute is completely undone by the nuanced reference to the sadistic British Military "Character Building" which shares the same moniker the little guy on the right seems excited about.

That, in essence is construction graffiti.

Friday, November 5, 2010

Speaking of awesome profiles...

New York's newest supervillain overseeing the destruction of the Barclay's Arena holdout Daniel Goldstein's building.

From Curbed : "There's even a picture of Prokhorov taking in the destruction, which in no way is the behavior of a super villain. Afterwards, Prokhorov went to Peter Luger to feast on porterhouse. Opulence: He has it."

Much like one of my favourite supervillains...

"Definition "super-villain": a killer who love children
One who is well-skilled in destruction, as well as building"
- Doomsday