Empire State of Mind

Alright, I’ve been here for a while, but I still feel like one more ant in the hill… and I love it. Via FFFFOUND! PS: It’s a-n-o-n-y-m-o-u-s right? Advertisements

Cutters: An Exhibition

As I’ve mentioned before in the past, collage is possibly… alright, it is my favorite medium. EVER. So I’m very excited to go see this show dedicated solely the art form, displaying the work of some of the best collage artists worldwide (like Julien Pacaud, yay!). If you’re in New York, don’t miss it! Cutters: […]

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The Lost Tribes of New York City

more about "The Lost Tribes of New York City", posted with vodpod By Carolyn London. Via Design Observer.

Guilty Pleasure

I feel compelled to blog about Dj Elhaam and her show at East Village Radio, Guilty Pleasure. She plays the perfect mix of electro and rock, from all over (and lots from New York), new and old. She also has bands and artists visit her show once in a while, usually the ones that are […]

(Guerrilla) Advertising Intervention

“Poster Boy, the guerilla subway-poster-artist is arrested and identified, check out his great flickr page.” Via Design Observer.

A look inside Topshop!

Thanks to New York Magazine… Because I do not intend on stepping foot inside the mega-store until the frenzy has died down a bit. So… in a year, or so? Sigh… Watch the video, NOW!

Dance + Graphic Design? I’m there.

I got this in the mail today. “Everybody Dance Now: 20 Years of Dancing in Print” is a survey of the award-winning visual and performing arts magazines Dance Ink and 2wice, designed by Abbott Miller. The exhibition features the magazines’ historic collaborations with dancers, choreographers,’ and photographers, the result of a single, powerful idea of […]

I have band, you have band, We Have Band

Friday night, my friend Wes and I went to The Studio at Webster Hall to check out british band “We Have Band” play their very first US show! I already love their music, and now I can safely say they sound great live and have an amazing stage presence! It seemed like they almost choreographed […]

Mario Hugo

Talk about killed ideas. I ran across this post at BOOOOOOOM! today, featuring some of Hugo’s unused artwork for Beck’s “Modern Guilt.” His work is absolutely amazing. I’m so happy I bought my ticket for his AIGA Small Talk already! Check out Mario Hugo’s incredible portfolio.