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Jeff Koons’ “Split-Rocker” Sculpture Coming to New York’s 30 Rock

Illustrious American artist Jeff Koons is prepping to open his major retrospective show at New York’s Whitney Museum next month. During his time in the city, he will also be installing the Split-Rocker, a monumental flower sculpture at Rockefel...

Andy Warhol Museum to Open in New York

Having recently made headlines for a group of Carnegie Mellon students that discovered a collection of digital artwork in its archives, The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh announced, in collaboration with the developers of Essex Crossing, that it wi...

SALT SURF 2014 Spring/Summer Lookbook

Surfing is still a unique subculture in New York, and as summer approaches, the scene’s few and proud members are busy waxing their boards to gear up for swell season. Adding to the scene is SALT SURF, a burgeoning brand from the mind of Nabil...

Rumor: Kanye’s adidas Collection to Take Over SLVR Store in New York

Speculative reports continue to swirl around Kanye West, largely regarding his recently-formed partnership with adidas. The most recent rumor suggests that Kanye will be setting up shop in adidas’s former SLVR space in New York once his collect...

Pop-Up Flea Returns to NYC’s Metropolitan Pavilion

New York’s menswear scene is privileged with a legion of retail options, but some brands are still hard to find without spending that money on cab fare. Conveniently housing everyone from Deus Ex Machina to Isaora, the infamous Pop-Up Flea is s...

Check Out This Transforming Studio in New York City

In the past, intelligently designed living spaces may have been looked upon as novelties, yet as metropolitan areas around the world become increasingly dense, the reality of micro-apartments becomes evident. One particularly remarkable 420-square-fo...

Snowboarding the Streets of New York with Casey Neistat

The polar vortex of 2014 has been very real for the East Coast and while some have lamented the cold temperatures and daily disruptions, Casey Neistat took to the streets of New York City with something else on his mind. The director (and previously...

Maison Kitsuné’s “New Wave” Video for Spring/Summer 2014

For its Spring/Summer 2014 collection, Parisian fashion house Maison Kitsuné takes on the talents of scene girl Heather Boo and The Drums front-man Jonny Pierce for its latest video showcase titled “New Wave.” The short serves to present...

Banksy’s “Better Out Than In” Hits Greenpoint

Banksy has taken his “Better Out Than In” project to New York City’s Greenpoint neighborhood for his latest piece. The piece in question is a simple yet poignant message that reads “This site contains blocked messages” o...

Banksy Reveals the Third Installment of “Better Out Than In” in New York’s Midtown

Banksy has unveiled the third work from his self-described “street residency” in New York, “Better Out Than In.” After hitting Chinatown and Manhattan’s West Side on days one and two, day three sees the controversial str...

Petrolicious Highlights the Difficulties of Owning a Vintage Car in New York City

While vintage cars are certainly a rarity on the streets wherever you go, they’re even more so in New York where garage space in general is hard to come by. Petrolicious interviews some of the brave few who have chosen to stand behind their pas...

Inside Shinola’s New York City Flagship Store

Detroit’s finances may be in dire straits but watchmaker Shinola appears to be in fine health with the launch of its first New York City flagship in TriBeCa. Stocking a full range of domestically-made watches, leather goods, bicycles and statio...

Check Out MYKITA’s New NYC Boutique

Its first store in America and eighth store worldwide, Berlin-based eyewear company MYKITA is opening its newest boutique in the center of SoHo, New York City. The store will feature MYKITA’s signature and collaborative collections, but will al...

Jean-Philippe Delhomme Illustrates New York City for Louis Vuitton

French artist Jean-Philippe Delhomme started illustrating out of a fascination with photography. It seems only fitting then that his work for Louis Vuitton’s Travel Book would be as picturesque, as concerned with composition as it is. The Frenc...

The Dancehall Record Stores of NYC

Despite the transition from wax to digital, those passionate for the art of vinyl will always sniff out a record store in relinquished corners of the city. Here, Animal New York lends a hand via a glimpse into a few traders who specialize in selling...