Overweight Bread Sticker Graffiti


One of the more epic pieces of food graffiti spotted here lately, “Overweight Bread,” was seen on the corner of Avenue A and E11th Street […]

Food Graffiti That Isn’t For Polite Company


Spotted in the East Village (9/9/2012), this graffiti may not quite be food, but it’s still kind of under GraffEATiNYC.com’s purview. Either way, definitely not […]

Halal Meat Graffiti


Meat that is permissible to use or engage in, according to Islamic law — because that’s typical graffiti sticker subject matter. And there isn’t a […]

Duke A. Barnstable Ate and Pondered Art World Satire Here


Can’t tell you much about Duke A. Barnstable except that part of his schtick is to not be able to spell. That’s cool, dude. GrammarSins […]

Forker Serves The Ghost of Xmas Past


Not sure what to serve to the ghost of Xmas Past, but you’d hope it would be something good. Whatever follows during the rest of […]

Fortune Cookie Graffiti


Neither of these fortunes has much to do with food: “A handful of patience is worth a bushel of brains.” “A merry hearth doeth good […]

CHEW HOT SPICE $$ Graffiti


Spotted on 8th Avenue not far from Forager’s Table (one of the worst service experiences I can remember having in New York City in recent […]

Pineapple Graffiti: Aloha, Chelsea


Pineapple, er, Pi-NIPPLE graffiti spotted on W22nd and 10th Avenue (9/9/2012). — 9/13/2012 Arthur Bovino, founder graffeatinyc.com (Day 106)

Lower East Side Walnut Graffiti


Spotted in the sidewalk in front of Georgia’s East Side on Orchard near Houston in the sidewalk (9/12/2012): Walnut. Yup, walnut. — 9/12/2012 Arthur Bovino, […]

Porn and Chicken, Because They Go So Well Together


This was going to be an easy one. The hed was going to say it all: “Porn and Chicken, Because They Go So Well Together.” […]

Chowda! Chowda Graffiti


Save for an unexpected visit before summer’s end, this will be the last Rockaway Beach reference for quite some time (if you missed them, there […]

Roberta’s Pizza Chalk Graff


Is it graffiti? Eh. Technically no. Can’t really say that this pizza tagging is unauthorized writing or drawing on a public surface given that they’re […]