Celebrated Austrian photography Ernst Haas, known for his innovations with light and color in his photography, took this series of photos while in New York in the 1960s. The 1960s was the decade of great change in America. At the heart of the turmoil that was the … Read MoreGorgeous, Rich in Color Photographic Compositions of New York City in the 1960s by Ernst Haas
Check out these awesome photos of the Empire State Building in the 1970s from various scanned in magazines. They’re absolutely breathtaking photos magnified by the fact that you’re seeing their prints from magazine scans, making it have a real retro feel as well. This series includes the first … Read MoreGuess The Holidays Associated With the Colors of The Empire State Building from 1970s Photos
Check out this series of pop art paintings by London-based artist and photogapher David Lidbetter. We really love the way David layered the acrylic paint on his canvases to create depth. Take a look!
I smell sex and… violence? Or perhaps I’m just mesmerized by the caffeine-enhanced super-sperm above? We’re huge fans of screen printing here at The Wall Breakers. Silk Screening is a semi-difficult process to learn and a really difficult process to master. When someone gets as … Read MoreJohn Scarratt: S & V
These crayon explosions by New Jersey-based graphic designer and artist Jennifer Wesolowsky are awesome. The vibrancy of their colors along with the explosive nature make for a great visual. Jen had this to say about her work: “As a child, like most, I was given … Read MoreJennifer Wesolowsky: Crayon Art Explosions