Our Graffiti USA team carefully prepped, then assembled iconic photographs from the 1990’s to outfit the The Robot Company’s new podcast studio. We used the wheat pasting process that has commonly been used by commercial bill posters, activists and various subculture proponents since the nineteenth century. In the 1990’s this billing technique became popular amongst street artists who sought low cost alternatives to spreading poster works throughout New York City.
Raw, yet polished, the installation was just what the space called for. Nothing quite like a collage of black & white wheat-paste posters to capture the 90’s era and the NYC vibe for this Tribeca work space.
Be sure to also check out some of our other projects incorporating wheat paste:
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