They say to whistle while you work but in one man’s case, it’s all about hitting the high notes. Meet the most in-tune garbage collector in New York City. As he goes about his nightly route, this man belts out some crazy good tunes. In particular, Hoobastank’s ‘Same Direction’ and ‘Out Of Control’.
Can scaffolding be beautiful? Anderson Moran has undertaken a photo series for the architecture and design firm, William Green Architecture, that shines a light on the ever-changing scaffolding in New York City.
Snickers put on a fantastic marketing campaign across New York recently by finding all the fails across the city and placing stickers next to them that read ‘You make mistakes when you’re hungry’.
In his series, ‘Foot Soldiers’, photographer Christopher Griffith highlights the bread and butter of New York City’s shoe shiners. No, I’m not talking about shoe polish, it’s something more valuable: their hands.
Sometimes you want to take your laptop to a cafe and have your four-legged friend accompany you. Sometimes you want your dog to socialize with other dogs but can’t find an appropriate space for that to happen. And sometimes you want to socialize with people, but only dog people. Enter Ruff Club!
New York’s finest music photographers are getting together for an evening of short-form storytelling
While most people would see a dust- or snow-covered car and immediately think, ‘I’ll draw a penis’, anonymous street artist Faust creates beautiful typographic messages instead.
Many, if not all of us cannot recall memories we had when we were babies. That includes memories of crying, pooping, more crying, more pooping, and rides inside our stroller. In his series Stroller, photographer Diego Acosta Lopez strapped a GoPro inside his son’s ride as they went around New York City, giving us a glimpse of a point of view we’ve all long forgotten. No, I’m not talking about the crying and pooping part.
When it was announced that an historic snow storm was due to hit New York City this past week, New Yorkers did what any other population would do-they went straight to Craigslist to find a mate. At the time of writing, New York’s Craigslist has hundreds of posts online from men and women, all looking for that special someone to bunker down with while the blizzard passes through.
For those who are unlucky enough to have ridden the New York City subway, you’ll probably remember a few things about your ride. First, there was probably some woman applying mascara in your car. Second, there was probably an obnoxious dance-off taking place along the journey. And lastly, there were probably more seats taken up by bags of groceries than actual people. New Yorkers aren’t rude, they’re just… different.
Walking around any city you’re bound to see a bunch of flyers attached to light posts about lost dogs, lost keys, discounted guitar lessons, or houses for rent. One guy in New York City has decided to put up his own flyers in an attempt to make jaded New Yorkers laugh, and he’s doing a […]
We are in awe of this stunning new music video Rude (Zedd Remix), featuring Magic!, which was filmed at Nights by Absolut in New York City on September 12 this year. The energy, the lights, the beats, the people – it all looks like one heck of an experience. It was filmed as part of the new Nights by Absolut initiative, which sees cutting edge artists working with Absolut to put the creativity back into ‘nightlife’ via a series of inspiring artistic experiences.
This very small museum is nestled within TriBeCa in New York. It’s actually built into an abandoned 60-square-foot freight elevator, out of sight to even most of Tribeca’s residents and to those in the know, accessible only via a dark alleyway. Simply called The Museum, it was officially opened in May 2012.
This woman walked the streets of New York and recorded all the harassment she got from strange men along the way
Here is a glimpse of a day in the life of an average woman in NYC. You wake up, throw on jeans and a t-shirt and leave for the subway. Catcalls are a part of your day. It’s almost second nature at this point. You know walking down the street looking average will at least warrant a, ‘Hey. How you doin’?’ from the bored man in a lawn chair sitting near his favorite bodega.
There’s just something about New York City that makes you go to therapy. Ok, not everyone, but a large number of New Yorkers see a psychiatrist and their offices range in size and design, from opulent library-type rooms to tiny spaces in a basement apartment. Psychiatrist Sebastian Zimmerman was intrigued by the different offices therapy takes place in New York City, so he decided to photograph them, leading to his book, Fifty Shrinks.