A lot of people have been talking about this New York Magazine cover featuring Kim Kardashian, questioning why the reality TV star and “entrepreneur” should be on the cover of the mag, especially its fall fashion issue with its many two-page spreads of looks. Like it or not, warranted or
Classic New York art deco. We’ve passed by the Chrysler Building so many times and looked up at its iconic top but have never looked closely at the 42nd Street entrance until today. It’s a thing of beauty. Love it. [ Traduction française ci-dessous. | Deutsch Übersetzung unten. | Traducción al español
Japanese pop-culture icons, including Hello Kitty (or “Kitty-Chan”) and Doraemon (anime robot cat), are celebrated in this graffiti art work on the side of one of those ubiquitous produce trucks in Chinatown, in New York City. The speech bubble coming from the little brown monster character on the right (we
Fort Defiance is an awesome little bar-cafe-restaurant in the still-gritty-but-gentrifying Red Hook area of Brooklyn
Commissioned street by artist Maximilian Arocena on the storefront roller shutter at the Hawaii Restaurant Equipment shop on the Bowery, between Houston and Stanton streets. The painting depicts the men of the Attias family, which has owned and run the business for generations.
The signage and logo for the recently opended Labor Skate Shop on Canal Street in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, in downtown New York City.
The pix are a bit blurry, but we love the logo and logotype for the Northern Spy Food Co. logo as seen here at the eatery’s stall on the High Line in Chelsea / Meat Packing District, in New York City.