Not even really sure how to describe this. I guess it sort of looks like someone built a house on top of a tribeca apartment building. What I CAN be sure of is that its pretty awesome. I’d probably change the artwork in the bathroom, but other than that: I’d live there.
Check out this beautiful video of footage of New York during the recent Hurricane Irene. Stunning images, in a nice (thougth all too short) film created by Buffalo Pictures. Props for ignoring your Mayor and staying around to film!
I recently found a great little site called ‘How to be a Retronaut‘, a site designed for people who “feel they may be living at the wrong time” Check out these great colour images of London and New York in the 40’s and 50’s. For more images of each city click on London and New […]
If you work in advertising, and even if you don’t, then you know the drill. Product placement is everything these days, and entire films are funded by it. One of my personal favourites was Wilson the Volleyball in Castaway (great film). My other favourite was the whole idea of the film Terminal. I mean, if you […]
Following a few other posts on this topic (the evolution of the routemaster bus and the New York Cab), we turn now to the London black cab, without a doubt one of the great taxi’s in the world. This wonderful taxi, then evolved into something significantly less inspired. A lot of these had 6 seats, but never […]
I have written here before about the evolution of the London Routemaster Bus. That post made me think of the evolution of other iconic designs, especially those that define a city. The London Black Cab and New York Taxi are without a doubt two of these. Turning first to the New York cab. If you […]
This guy really bottled it (ok, bad joke). But in all seriousness, what can you achieve if you combine the following ingredients: PLUS PLUS PLUS EQUALS Well, actually it equals something quite remarkable. Check out these videos (need sound). AND
I love thunderstorms and lightening. Very very frightening. … and I particularly love these photos, although I am very glad that I wasn’t there. I glad that someone was there with a camera. 1. Statue of Liberty, NYC 2. Burj Khalifa, Dubai 3. Christ the Redeemer, Rio de Janeiro 4. Plane at Narita Airport, Tokyo And a […]
I seem to have an obsession with lego, and have written here before about interesting ways people use lego to create art. Well this raises that to an new level of imagination. Christoph Niemann’s blog (brilliantly called “I Lego New York” uses lego and simple scribbles to create amazing observations of life in New York […]