Forty illustrations of Harrison Ford in his roles in the forty films in which he is credited. Full of awesome!
Another installment by artist Dimitri Drjuchin of his “Tom Selleck Saved My Baby” series of wheat-paste street art posters, featuring the moustached face of television and film actor Tom Selleck. Drjuchin’s poster can be found on the exterior wall of the pizza restaurant Lasso at the corner of Kenmare and
The beautiful, playful and whimsical “From Italy with Love!” display window at the Moschino shop in the Meat Packing District in downtown New York City. Love the giant tomato, ravioli and pasta.
In Volume 7 of our ongoing series “What’s Outside the Window?” we have pic of the view from Lolita, a bar in the Lower East Side, in downtown New York City.
The entrance to the esteemed Japanese restaurant Morimoto in Chelsea, in New York City, has a design aesthetic that is contemporary yet firmly nods to its cultural roots. The epic-large curtain or noren (a cloth commonly found hanging at the entrances to kitchens, restaurants and baths in Japan) is a
Love this. We can watch this over and over again, diminishing law of returns notwithstanding. It’s surfing porn. And it’s good. Pacific Pirates from Billabong on Vimeo.
The cover to this past week’s edition of the Economist magazine features a simple, clean design with a photo of controversial News Corp. mogul Rupert Murdoch, who has been in the news a lot recently due to the scandal involving his company and the now defunct News of the World
The color-blocked Fiat by British conceptual artist Simon Starling, mounted on a wall at the New Museum in downtown New York City. The artwork is part of an exhibition called “Ostalgia.” The red and white colors and composition on the car appear like the flag of Poland, where this Italian
In China, there’s a magazine devoted to cocktails, mixology, bars, and alcohol beverages. It’s called Drink and here’s the cover of a recent issue.
Small, droll stencil of a chain of elephants on a stucco wall near the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in Providence, RI.
Sticker for the New York City indie-noise band Japanther on an Orchard Street door in the Lower East Side of New York City.
In our going series “What’s Outside the Window,” we post this view from Le Pain Quotidien (one of a Belgian chain of cafes) in Chelsea, in New York City. A man is walking by the window on a warm NYC summer day.
Two creative directions and artist collide in the form of this yarn-bombed grand piano: The acclaimed New York-based Polish artist Agata Olek has used her signature colors in a knit-up of this piano under the Archway of the Manhattan Bridge in DUMBO, Brooklyn. The piano is one of 60 installed
“Been down so long looks like up to me” is a commissioned art space on a storefront roller-shutter on the Bowery, the infamous and now fashionable – and arty – major downtown New York City thoroughfare. The artwork is part of a recent project called “After Hours: Murals of the
The latest in our “What’s Outside the Window?” series of posted images … Here’s the view out the window from the bar at Les Enfants Terribles, a French-Brazilan-West-African bistro in the Lower East Side of New York City. Les Enfants is our go-to office-outside-the-office for the GG HQ team.
We’ve been working with an awesome brand strategist recently on a series of integrated marketing projects for a acclaimed luxury-fashion agency and their client. The brand strategist a sharp dude, but has been working realy, really long, crazy hours lately and one morning it showed: He came to the office
We’ve been guests at a few of the Thompson hotels over the years. The Thompson LES in the Lower East Side of New York City has video screens built into the control panels of its elevators that show the classic Italian film La Dolce Vita (“the sweet life”) on a
Pix of the giant teddy bear art work installation by Swiss artist Urs Fischer in the plaza of the Seagram’s Building on Park Avenue in New York City. The bright yellow teddy bear and lamp is 23-foot tall, made of bronze and weighs a staggering 35,000 pounds. Love it.
The famous red turntable and desert-chic interior of a room at the Ace Hotel & Swim Club in Palm Springs, California.
The massively popular iPhone app game Angry Birds has inspired this piece of street art on W. 14th Street in the Meat Packing District, in downtown New York City. Love. It.