“Wu-Tang Care Bears”, a new piece by Jerkface in New York City

Yesterday afternoon, Jerkface spent his sunday working on a brand new piece in Nolita, New York City.After a few hours of work, the American artist unveiled this piece showing a crossover between the Wu-Tang Clan and the Care Bears. Jerkface’s street art is described as whimsical and nostalgia-inducing, and his pop culture paintwork has become

“Marvin The Martian”, a new mural by Jerkface in the Lower East Side, NYC

Jerkface spent his sunday afternoon working on a brand new street piece in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.The American artist painted this mind-boggling version of “Marvin The Martian”, a popular character from Warner Bros.’ Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons. With yet another nostalgia-inducing mural, this artwork by Jerkface will sure be enjoyed by

“HomerBob” a new piece by Jerkface in Bushwick, New York City

Earlier this afternoon, Jerkface finished working on a brand new piece which was painted for the annual block party organized by the good lads from The Bushwick Collective in New York City.True to himself, the American artist spent two days working on this crossover image blending Homer Simpson and SpongeBob. Jerkface’s street art is described as

Jerkface paints “The Donut Mobile” in Queens, New York

Constantly busy on the streets of New York City, Jerkface is back with another Simpsons-themed piece entitled “The Donut Mobile” which he recently completed in Queens.As usual with the popular American street artist, his work is a mix between childhood characters and pop icons, his bold color and clean lines are guaranteed to put a

Bushwick Collective: Year In Review (Part I)

Adam Fu When you are renting an apartment in New York City you can end up anywhere. A few years back, I was looking for a new place, somehow I ended up at the Jefferson Stop in Bushwick, Brooklyn. For those who know me, know that I always have a camera on me. I am

Coverage: Jerkface Solo Show at NYC’s Bottleneck Gallery

  An eager crowd was not deterred by a little cold weather to wait in line for the opening of Jerkface’s new solo show at Bottleneck Gallery last night in Brooklyn.  The free “print” for the first 50 people was a very good idea to get people out and lined up ready for the show.