New York City is constantly moving and changing. Walking along the same exact city block can be an entirely different experience from week to week, with new stores and restaurants popping up all the time.
Ten years ago, photographers James and Karla Murray began documenting the unique…
Rome-based architects David Vecchi and Emanuela Ortolani are proposing a new design for a New York City theater. The idea behind this project is to reignite the theatrical spirit that "Broadway" encapsulates. The inventive design places the playhouse high above on a sort of stage, ironically. The concept design present the structure with its own spotlights, appearing like a tiny…
The Lower East side may soon be getting a new park...underground! The newly nicknamed "Low Line" park would be found in an unused trolley terminal under Delancy Street. Thought up by architect James Ramsey, the park's goal would be to add more green space to NYC while converting a long since dilapidated area into one of use. Much like the recent… Continue
What a wonderful tribute to the city that never sleeps! Photographer Stephen Wilkes has created a project called Day to Night where he merges together beautiful day and night photos of various iconic New York places seamlessly into one. How does he do it? For a minimum of 10 hours, he photographs one scene from the same perspective… Continue
Andy Warhol Monument (Union Square, NYC)
Whenever I see a statue or a sculpture, particularly those of people, I look for the perfect angle to make them come alive. I'm lucky to live at a place that's perfect for this, New York City. Here are some shots from my series entitled Statues in the Sky.
East Broadway, Chinatown, New York City
Andrew Mace shows us a spectacular side of New York City - one that we've never seen before. The photographer focuses on so many beautiful aspects of his hometown - including the gorgeous skylines, bridges, and cityscapes - it's no wonder why so many people call this particular city their home.…
New Yorkers got a treat this week as the second section of New York's iconic High Line park opened, right in time for summer. Section 2 doubles the length to a mile (1.6 km) between Gansevoort Street to West 30th Street, connecting the Meatpacking District, West Chelsea and Midtown West. Visitors can now enjoy new views of the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building, and the New Yorker… Continue
If you live in NYC, this is one show you're not going to want to miss! Starting April 16th and running until May 14th, you're going to see skateboard decks like you've never seen them before. Jonathan LeVine Gallery will be presenting Future Primitive, new works by Tokyo-based artist Haroshi. You may remember Haroshi as that madly talented self-taught artist who takes old skateboard… Continue
We first got to know Matt Mawson with his beautiful Queensboro bridge series and now the London-based photographer takes us to New York City's own Coney Island. Mawson does a fantastic job capturing the mystery surrounding the scene. I love his choice of color and saturation and how he emphasizes the… Continue
There's something incredibly beautiful about these shots by Matt Mawson. Taken while crossing Queensboro Bridge in New York City, the London-based photographer captures architectural structures grand in size and scale, yet magnificently eloquent in balance and symmetry. I love the urban vibe and industrial feel to these photos... …
It's the sign of the times when "street art" makes its way (legally) onto a school wall. Brazilian artists Otavio and Gustavo Pandolfo (aka 'Os Gemeos') and graffiti artist Futura have just completed an 80-feet-high mural at William T. Harris elementary school, in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City. Backed by Nike and driven by New York-based creative studio… Continue
Ready for the coolest thing you'll see today? Pixels by Patrick Jean is an amazing short film that will leave you wanting more. Watch for this to go viral.
"Imagine a rebellion by a few pixels in our all-digital world, and we are at the heart of games we had imagined: some of the buildings with Tetris, Pacman eats stations subways, Space Invaders and Donkey Kong invade us balance his barrel in the street!"
This is one of the best installations I've seen in awhile. TrustoCorp shakes things up in New York City with these new rebranded products that recently found their way onto store shelves. Combining quality design, public awareness, and some good ole' fashioned mischief, the anonymous board of directors of the Rebranding division of TrustoCorp Intl. went all out in…
Gotta love the imagination and dedication of the crew from Improv Everywhere. It's pretty amazing how they pull it off with such a big group. My favorite is still the frozen people at Grand Central Station in New York. If they did this is your city, would you… Continue
Opening Reception November 28th, 6pm-8pm @ APW Gallery: New York City
The weeks art+culture pick comes to us from the East Village/Lower East Side in New York City. See the stencil graffiti talent that NYC has to offer. APW presents this exhibition with artists like Seimiek, r'Naste, Nasimo, Katsi Ortiz, Dustin Boulet, Dasic, ..CHUN, Enrico "Rico" Morales,… Continue
Added by Eugene on November 26, 2008 at 1:00pm —
Super fresh work coming to us from Phillip Toledano. I like how his photos make me stop and think, "What the hell is going on here?" Phillip was born in London and currently resides in the NYC. According to his bio, "Phillip believes that every photograph should start with an idea, whether it be a single image or series. "He also believes that photographs should… Continue
The Olde Times Sq: - 44th St., south side, west of Seventh Ave.
David Byrne and the New York City Department of Transportation, in conjunction with New York art gallery PaceWildenstein, have unveiled nine unique bicycle racks designed by DB and installed in various locations throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn. An avid bicyclist for almost 30 years, Byrne was… Continue
Added by alice on August 27, 2008 at 11:30am —