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The Rise and Fall of Sketch Artist Gary Myrick

Taking an unorthodox approach from its typical considerations, The New York Times invites us into the courtroom for a portrait of Gary Myrick – longtime sketch artist for the Texas justice system. For the past 38 years, Myrick has worked as a silent...

Seven Banksy Works Removed from Public Walls; To Be Auctioned Off

It’s easy to forget that Banksy’s art didn’t exactly come to prominence in the gallery circuit, but rather established a reputation on the streets. Despite all the accolades and popular collaborations, much of Banksy’s work st...

After 15 Years, Fashion Critic Cathy Horyn Leaves The New York Times

The New York Times has officially announced that its chief fashion critic Cathy Horyn will retire from her position. According to a memo addressed to the newsroom from Executive Editor, Jill Abramson and Editor, Stuart Emmrich, Ms. Horyn will step do...

Watch The New York Times’ “China’s Web Junkies” Documentary

The New York Times presents this documentary on China’s Internet-addicted youth. Taking us behind the gates of an Internet Addiction Rehabilitation Centre in Daxing, Beijing, the video explores the effects of rampant gaming addiction on the you...

The Personal Art Collections of Jeff Koons, KAWS & More

Art repeats itself, yes, and part of that process is finding inspiration from a style separate from one’s own. Considering this, The New York Times’ T Magazine took an in-depth look at some of today’s most popular artists, peeking i...

The New York Times Addresses “The Return of Logo Culture in Fashion”

Through appearances by formerly cult labels in recent Fashion Week runway events, it becomes clear that the line between streetwear and high fashion has gotten noticeably thinner in recent times. One of the implications of this is that youth culture...

The New York Times Highlights New York Skate Photographer Allen Ying

While not necessarily Thrasher or The Skateboard Mag, The New York Times has an ongoing interest in skateboarding not frequently found in other periodicals. Through this lens the storied newspaper turns its focus to one Allen Ying – founder of New Yo...

Ryan McGinley Shoots Karlie Kloss for The New York Times

The New York Times has enlisted photographer Ryan McGinley and model Karlie Kloss for part of their new and ongoing travel series for T Magazine. Traveling to Nicaragua where they were surrounded by an eclectic mix of blue water, lush greenery and fi...

The Selby Documents Kirk Lombard in a Film for T Magazine

Self-proclaimed San Francisco Bay Area “intertidal harvester” Kirk Lombard is highlighted in the latest short film from The Selby. Shot for T Magazine, the film sees the former fisheries observer for the California Department of Fish and...

The New York Times, 36 Hours: 125 Weekends in Europe

Long work hours are simply not going away any time soon. Come the weekend, many are legitimately looking to clock out and make the best of their time away from the office. The New York Times has provided a European guide in your quest for a weekend r...

Pharrell Williams’ Creative Vision Remains Unchanged

For Pharrell Williams, the Billionaire Boys Club founder and musical genius has come a long way since The Neptunes. The multifaceted creative is much more than simply the music producer and rapper he began his career as. Pharrell has proved himself t...

The New York Times Tribute to Maurice Sendak

With the passing of writer and illustrator, Maurice Sendak, still fresh on everyone’s mind, The New York Times pays tribute to the storied author of Where the Wild Things Are through its latest Op-Art feature, “Thanks, Maurice.” Pay...

The New York Times: Inside the “Lively Morgue” Video

Since joining Tumblr back in early March, venerable newspaper The New York Times has been steadily releasing stunning photographs from their archives as a way of showing that old-world publications and new media aren’t so different after all. T...

Gestalten TV: The New York Times “All The News Thats Fit To Post”

They’ve won countless awards for their graphic work, but now it’s time to dive behind what makes America’s most venerated general interest newspaper, The New York Times, stand a world apart. Especially created for an international a...

The New York Times: The Weird World of Sports

“The Weird World of Sports” from The New York Times pays homage to a whole genre of sports, referring to sporting events that are decidedly a little more ‘off the grid,’ so to speak. Sol Neelman is the author of the article, a...