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The New York Times: The Weird World of Sports

LifestyleComments ⋅ Mar 29, 2012
“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...

The New York Times: Terry Richardson’s Photographs Provoke and Reveal

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 6, 2012
Described as a photographer who glosses up 1970s porn chic in the name of high fashion, the work of Terry Richardson has been featured by Supreme, Gucci, Miu Miu, Jimmy Choo and French Vogue. He also isn’t known for giving interviews. Though so...

The New York Times: The Lively Morgue

ArtsComments ⋅ Mar 1, 2012
The New York Times, the vaunted newspaper known as one of the most trusted news sources in the world, has joined Tumblr. Dubbed The Lively Morgue, the Times’ picture library was originally part of the art department, not the news department. On...

The New York Times: Drama in the Fashion Industry

StyleComments ⋅ Feb 28, 2012
The New York Times recently ran an excellent piece titled “We Are All Guilty for This Mess,” by Suzy Menkes on the current state of fashion – a world where elite designers are treated like commodities by famed fashion-houses, bought...

The New York Times: Art Excavated from Rammellzee’s Battle Station Earth

ArtsComments ⋅ Feb 27, 2012
While it’s been two years since historic and legendary artist and musician Rammellzee passed away at the too-young age of 49, pieces from him continue to emerge. After being relocated to a smaller studio in Battery Park after the September 11 a...

The New York Times: A Week with Pharrell Williams

StyleComments ⋅ Feb 24, 2012
Multifaceted singer, songwriter and designer Pharrell Williams was recently chosen as a style consultant alongside storied music composer Hans Zimmer for the 2012 Academy Awards. Williams’ numerous endeavors have plummeted him onto the radar of...

The New York Times: A Fashion Designer’s Second Act with Hedi Slimane

StyleComments ⋅ Nov 11, 2011
Following his 2007 resignation as artistic director at Dior Homme, many people anticipated Hedi Slimane to branch out and start his own fashion label – a freedom that one could easily expect following the widely publicized conflicts with former label...

The New York Times, 36 Hours: 150 Weekends in the USA & Canada Book

LifestyleComments ⋅ Nov 3, 2011
Since 2002, The New York Times has published a weekly travel column titled “36 Hours,” highlighting the most efficient ways to experience various cities and small towns in North America. Helping to capture a fuller appreciation for these...

The New York Times: A$AP Rocky

MusicComments ⋅ Oct 16, 2011
The New York Times recently published an article featuring acclaimed New York rapper A$AP Rocky. Touching down on the artist’s unorthodox approach to music and fashion, the piece narrows in on Rocky’s insistance that he’s not a R...

The New York Times: “The KAWS Effect” Interview

CultureComments ⋅ Jun 7, 2011
The New York Times’ T Magazine recently caught up with Brian Donnelly, best known as KAWS, for an interview regarding his recent Companion move to The Standard New York as well as other details about his career as an artist and entrepreneur...

The New York Times: How Dieter Rams Made Braun Cool

CultureComments ⋅ Jun 7, 2011
Ahead of the upcoming book, Dieter Rams: As Little Design as Possible, The New York Times’ Alice Rawsthorn highlights the rise of Dieter Rams and his efforts to make Braun one of the most respected companies of its time. Having effectively...

The New York Times: Marc Jacobs – The Survivor

CultureComments ⋅ Jun 3, 2011
In honor of getting his fourth award from Council of Fashion Designers of America, The New York Times sat down with one of the fashion world’s most influential designers, Marc Jacobs. Even though Mr. Jacobs received the famous Geoffrey Beene Life...

Page One: Inside The New York Times (Trailer)

CultureComments ⋅ May 4, 2011
Ever since the meteoric rise of the internet and social media, many traditional media outlets have faltered in their ability to adapt. Arguably the world’s most well-known and important media outlets, The New York Times finds itself at a cr...

The New York Times: New York Subway’s Long Dance With a Typeface

CultureComments ⋅ Apr 4, 2011
The MTA New York Subway system has seen itself visually defined by its appropriately chosen usage and adoption of Helvetica as its font. Together with colorful bubbles, the visual pairing has become an icon in its own sense creating a familiarity...

The New York Times: The Bearded Dandy of Brooklyn Ouigi Theodore

CultureComments ⋅ Jan 6, 2011
A fixture amongst the Brooklyn and New York fashion scene, Brooklyn Circus’ Ouigi Theodore has made inroads for the reinterpretation of black youth fashion. Long gone are the days in which being young and black was instantly associated with...