Craig Redman

Andy Reader Find

By Andy in New Illustration on Tuesday 19 October 2010

An Australian-born artist living and working in New York City, Craig Redman creates colourful and bold artwork across mediums including illustration, painting, sculpture, typography, pattern and editorial design.

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Meyhem Lauren’s video for Got the Fever

Daniel Fletcher Reader Find

By Daniel Fletcher in New Music on Friday 15 October 2010

In New York City, hip-hop and graffiti run as tight as Wu and Tang. Queens rapper Meyhem Lauren’s new music video for Got the Fever celebrates this hallowed union in glossy HD. Directed by rising photographer Tom Gould, the video catches the city’s finest street artists bombing landmarks across the boroughs. It’s also a beautiful […]

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Little Monsters

Contributions Reader Find

By Andrew Fox in New Illustration on Friday 8 October 2010

Considered considerably less than average in height on their home planet, the affectionately dubbed ‘little monsters‘ grew tired of the constant jibes and fled to the nearest inhabitable planet: Earth. There they lived happily ever after, causing havoc as only giant alien monsters can. They currently reside in New York City.

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Duck Sauce’s Barbra Streisand

Lamia Larkin Reader Find

By Lamia Larkin in New Music on Saturday 2 October 2010

There are lots of bands out there who’ve written songs praising New York City, but Duck Sauce took their love for New York to a whole new level with their latest single, Barbra Streisand. This electronica/house/disco video takes you on a tour through the city and has you feeling (or desperately wishing) that you’re a […]

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Interview with Marvin Joseph

Mark Barwald Reader Find

By Mark Barwald in New Photography on Tuesday 3 August 2010

Marvin Joseph, a fashion photographer who has followed a winding path to Sydney, has found more than a few die-hard fans in the models he photographs, as well the clients that seek him out. He believes that we are born to create and has his sights, and his heart, now firmly set on that creative beacon-of-dreams, New York City.

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Art On Air

Kira Heuer Reader Find

By Kira Heuer in New Trends on Wednesday 28 July 2010

Deprived of the days when the family would gather round the stereo after supper and tune into their favorite audio show, we can now re-connect to that time with on-line radio through Art on Air, based in New York City.

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New York’s OHWOW Book Club

Michelle Wilding Reader Find

By Michelle Wilding in Architecture on Wednesday 23 June 2010

Miami OHWOW Art Gallery has just opened the doors to its first book club and it’s truly a reader’s nirvana. Located in New York’s Greenwich Village, the micro store resides underneath an historic brownstone building at 227 Waverley Place and features striking decor designed to resemble a classic black and white, pre-war New York City […]

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Notes From Chris hijacks NYC

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in Cool Travel on Thursday 3 June 2010

Notes from Chris is an incredible public art project started by Todd Lamb in 2008 which consists of weird notes, written by a fictional person named Chris, that are posted all over New York City. As a sort of literary version of invisible theater, the notes in aggregate actually succeed in depicting a rather fully […]

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Craig Duffney

Kareem Black Reader Find

By Kareem Black in New Design on Thursday 1 April 2010

Craig Duffney is a designer and artist living on New York City’s Lower East Side. He celebrates his birthday every year on March 4th, which is the only calendar date that is also a command. Duffney can design a logo or create something good that you will want to hang in your bedroom or place […]

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Alessandro Simonetti

Kareem Black Reader Find

By Kareem Black in New Photography on Thursday 1 April 2010

New York City-based photographer Alessandro Zuek Simonetti was born in Italy and grew up parallel to the urban street cultures of the early 90s. His own distinct photographic language reflects his deep interest in young niche cultures. Quite often, each project stretches beyond the photographic medium, which serves as a sign of his maturing expression […]

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Vending Machines: Coined Consumerism

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Trends on Wednesday 31 March 2010

Vending Machines: Coined Consumerism, a new book by Christopher D Salyers, documents the most outrageous vending machines imaginable, from the depths of cute-kitsch-cool Japan, to the dark alleyways of New York City. With its gritty, fly-on-the-wall photography, Salyers presents a fascinating picture of the journey vending machines have taken, from ‘technologically humble beginnings to the flashy consumer environments of today’.

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Outer Space or New York City?

Michael DiFabrizio Reader Find

By Michael DiFabrizio in New Photography on Thursday 18 March 2010

This image was taken in the middle of the night and smack bang in the middle of nature by Leandro Sanchez of Repertorium Films in New York City.

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Michael Massaia’s Afterlife series

Alison Zavos Contributor

By Alison Zavos in New Photography on Thursday 4 March 2010

Michael Massaia Is a fine art photographer and printmaker whose work focuses on New York City, and New Jersey life and landscape. Massaia specializes in large format black and white photography and large format Platinum/Palladium printing. All of his images are true ‘one shot’ candid scenes that have been pushed to their limit via film developing and printing techniques to reveal the true way each moment was felt. These photos are from his series, Afterlife, which he has spent the last few years working on. [Read an interview with Michael Massaia]

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Motor’s dancefloor firestarter

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Music on Tuesday 2 February 2010

Oh man, my ears are melting! This single by electro duo, Motor, is hot, hot, hot. Motor is a duo — Bryan Black and Mr. No — based out of New York City and Nice, France. We have a free download of this single below, Kick It, in the Music Download section if you dig […]

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Pants On The Ground creates new ten minute star

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Trends on Thursday 21 January 2010

Sheez, they move quick in remix-land, that mythical place where cheesy beats and hooky lyrics combine to create ear worms that will stick with you forever. Be warned! This remix of the Larry Platt American Idol scat is one of the best, especially if you’ve spent any time riding the subways of New York City.

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