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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...

NY Times Magazine: “Fourteen Actors Acting…”

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 9, 2010
NY Times Magazine presents their video editorial, “Fourteen Actors Acting…” Several big names step up to the plate in short, black and white films which depict the actors in random situations. The project involved both Andy Henbest and director S...

NY Times: Mr. Cartoon in NYC

CultureComments ⋅ Nov 23, 2010
Mr. Cartoon was recently featured in The New York Times as part of a piece documenting his recent residency at the upscale Marcel at Gramercy. Bringing his talents to the East Coast, Cartoon will be offering his highly coveted tattoo services thr...

The New York Times: Graffiti of New York’s Past, Revived and Remade

ArtsComments ⋅ Oct 27, 2010
The notion of retros and re-releases are something we’re all too familiar with. But for a New York graffiti collective known as “Slavery”, the wheels are in motion for their project titled “Subway Art History” which...

The New York Times: “The Simpsons” Explains Its Button-Pushing Banksy Opening

ArtsComments ⋅ Oct 12, 2010
Following-up on yesterday’s extremely viral and controversial Banksy opening sequence for The Simpsons, The New York Times speaks with The Simpsons’ executive producer, Al Jean. Some interesting issues are brought including how The Si...

The New York Times: Inside the Knockoff-Tennis-Shoe Factory

CultureComments ⋅ Aug 24, 2010
The business of counterfeit goods is becoming bigger than most of the industries that they replicate. This is the case with the footwear industry, as more and more sneakers are duplicated and sold for a fraction of the retail price. The New York...

New Victorians in New York Times

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Nov 12, 2009
Today’s New York Times Style Section features an article and accompanying photoshoot addressing an emerging trend of Victorian revivalism. The renewed interest in Late 19th Century accoutrements and, to a lesser extent, themes in art, film,...

The New York Times Lens: Boogie

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Sep 16, 2009
Born in Serbia and experiencing poverty and uneasy-times, photographer Boogie now calls New York City home thanks to a bit of luck in immigrating to the US. Becoming the focus of this latest The New York Times Lens feature, a series of photograph...

The New York Times: The All-American Back From Japan

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Jun 18, 2009
“What makes today’s prepidemic so fascinating is how it is, surprisingly enough, so Japanese. The look has its roots in the United States, to be sure. But the spirit, rigor and execution of today’s prep moment is as Japanese as Sony.”...

Forclosures leading to Skateable Empty Pools

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Dec 30, 2008
Few find any positives from the steady declining American economy, including the foreclosure crisis that has troubled so many people across the nation. The New York Times recently did an article about how skaters might be the only average joeR...

The Originals | Photographs by Robert Maxwell

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Dec 17, 2008
World renown Fashion and editorial photographer Robert Maxwell presents some of his latest work in a feature entitled The Originals. Capturing iconic figures in various fields of art and design, The Originals gives us a look into the minds of Jap...

The New York Times: Dress Codes | Plaid

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Nov 17, 2008
Plaid has enjoyed a long lasting shelf life over the last few seasons making its way into numerous collections from both a high-fashion and streetwear perspective. On that note, The New York Times presents ten different looks featuring a selectio...

New York Times Pulse by Karin Nelson

Comments ⋅ Nov 30, -0001
In the New York Times’ Pulse, Karin Nelson investigates into a series of fascinating facts and highlights in the fashion world. This most recent feature includes Stefano Pilati of Yves Saint Laurent most recent collection highlighted by the u...

The New York Times x Colette – T Magazine

Comments ⋅ Nov 30, -0001
From February 25th till March 1st, Colette will participate in The New York Times’ “T Magazine” by offering their insights on life in Paris including fashion, parties and lifestyle. Colette will also be updating The New York Tim...