Saturday, June 26, 2010
Friday, June 25, 2010
He says it sounded bad because of the busted keys on the piano but it sounded great to me and the small crowd shows that it did. These pianos are popping up all over the city as a public art installation, and yes you can use them. The pianos will tell you themselves "play me i'm yours".
The line at the apple store on 14th street was nothing compared to the one at the S.O.H.O. location. The apple staff was kind enough to hand out water, ice cream, and apple umbrellas to the potential iphone customers.
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Back when we did the aNYthing Spring look book, after we finished the shoot we walked down the block to check out Frank's Chop Shop (if I ever get a cut again I will be getting it at the chop shop) they gave us a quick tour of the shop and hooked us up with some caps. They recently posted the video on their site. I really just posted this video cause I am in the background lol! at least I'm honest. CurT@!n$ what's good!
The book is great you can buy it here at The Berrics. DJ A.D.D., Aron of OHWOW put this gallery opening together of Giovanni's work, which has a big following as you can see in the video. I was buggin out when I saw the journalist kid from Almost Famous (Patrick Fugit) good film to watch, he is in the book as well.
Shepard Fairey, is seen at the start of the Giovanni Reda video and I just wanted to add, that I think it is really fucked up what they did to his mural on Houston.
May Day with Shepard Fairey from hypebeast.tv on Vimeo.
Saturday, June 19, 2010
So many memories come to mind while watching these videos. Growing up skating the city all day everyday, only thinking about skating and having fun traveling NYC was a great experience. Unfortunately I was never as good as Nigel is on that bike and Nigel is a master on those 2 wheels. All of the videos are full of great bmx footage, cameos of the usual downtown faces, some product placement, and the best part NYC. My favorite episode is the afternoon episode when he flys by Va$htie and she dumps the shake on the dude behind her lol!!
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Monday, June 14, 2010
This restored, post-war townhouse located in Brooklyn, belongs to Lyndsay Caleo, who is a Goldsmith and Interior Designer, and her husband Fitzhugh Karol who is a Woodworker, and Interior Designer. Their professions can be seen in the way they have designed their home.
A townhouse is definitely a sign of success in NYC, so it is 100% a goal of mine to purchase one. I would love one in Greenwich village, L.E.S., Tribeca or Harlem but There are some very nice ones in L.I.C. that I would love as well that would be easier to obtain for now. I will most likely be getting a dog before the house, but its a start.
pics via: The Selby