Tag Archives: New York
Sad Girls is a creative collaboration between Brooklyn-based illustrators Leah Goren, Tuesday Bassen and Yelena Bryksenkova. They publish a quarterly zine featuring the work of illustrators, designers, writers, and photographers.
I’ve always admired Mallory for her blogging stamina, she has close to ten blogs and tumblrs (you can find a full list of them here) and each is a delight. I’m not sure how she does it as I struggle with … Continue reading
I stumbled across this restored farm house on the Bliss blog, which was featured in Dwell’s May issue. The place looks amazing: high ceilings, huge windows, an open kitchen with a fireplace. The house is owned by former advertising copywriter … Continue reading
“Paul McDonough was born in Portsmouth, NH. After graduating from high school in 1958, he moved to Boston, where he graduated from the New England School of Art. In 1967, he moved to New York City, where he has lived … Continue reading
The High Line is a mile long urban park in New York on the site of what was an elevated freight railroad spur. Take a look at section 2 of The High Line designed by James Corner Field Operations and … Continue reading
A wonderful collection of photographs of Brooklyn taken by Danny Lyon in the summer of 1974. “Photographer Danny Lyon spent two months snapping pictures of the daily life in the borough — exploring Bushwick, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Fort Green and Park Slope among … Continue reading
I thought Craig & Karl‘s work was so splendid that I had share it with you: “Craig Redman and Karl Maier live on opposite sides of the world (New York and Sydney) but collaborate daily to create bold work that … Continue reading