This is neat (especially since I missed the last installation at Socrates Sculpture Park). Tamara Johnson is installing another grass-filled pool in Long Island City, Queens on August 2nd. It’ll be open until June 29, 2015 so there will be plenty of time to see it and soak on that sweet, sweet grass. Location: 43-29 […]
Sad news out of Brooklyn! The Poler NYC pop-up store, which was really only supposed to last 3 months but ended up going for 9 months, is closing its doors on Sunday, June 27th. If you haven’t visited this shop, you should. It’s a nice, big space with a great selection of gear and apparel […]
Mighty Healthy is celebrating 10 years with a special capsule collection featuring artwork from Kevin Lyons. The entire collection is available right now at Pac Sun. If you’re interested in more Kevin Lyons work (and why wouldn’t you be?!), check out his work with KRINK and Colette.
This is great! Gizmodo posted a bunch of photos taken by Grégoire Alessandrini in the early 1990s that shot New York City in a much grittier mood and light. In fact, you should really check out Grégoire Alessandrini’s blog because he posts a lot of old photos of NYC there.
The NY Train Project is neat. It’s a project by Adam Chang in which he attempts to recreate every tiled mosaic signage for every Subway station in the NYC Subway system. He’s covered a lot in Manhattan so far. Check it out here.