Designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, it is the centerpiece of the World Trade Center transportation hub. With a price tag of $4 billion in taxpayer money, you can’t help but wonder if that money could have been used for something else. But the job is done and paid for, you might as well embrace the futuristic feeling you get once you’re inside the building and hope you’ll bumped into Anakin Skywalker trying to catch the train.
Items: Is Fashion Modern? at the MoMA is the first fashion show since 1944. Instead of showcasing the most elitist pieces from world renowned fashion houses, it list what most of us would most likely wear on a daily basis. And that’s where my personal interests lean toward; article of clothing that made an impact on a community or another and became icons of our society.
Urban sculpture by Phil in Chelsea
The best part of the New York City Transit Authority is definitely not its precision and cleanliness, but its constant supply of great music. Is that why they keep on raising the damn price, to keep the line up fresh!? Yeah right…
Denim Days New York is a festival celebrating all-things indigo. It was founded by House of Denim, HTNK, Modefabriek and Kingpins. It’s a great way to spend the day with your obsession. The venue is filled with inspiring, knowledgeable and passionate denim enthusiasts. I look forward for the second edition in 2018 and hope they’ll revisit their DJ selection, because let’s be honest, as much as I loved the event, the soundtrack was awful. You can’t merge the best fabric in the world with the shittiest music!
Take control, stay positive, make an impact.
The Brooklyn Invitational Custom Motorcycle Show is always a good time, I wish it was a bit bigger, with more bikes and more vendors.
This old hand painted advertisement gem was hiding behind a street billboard. It makes you want to see what’s behind all of them across the city.
Somewhere in the world, a chicken is being fried for breakfast. And I’m glad to be there.
Applying the “The world belongs to those who get up early” theory on Saturdays and Sundays. Fire.
Apparently the Bed-Stuy landmark, “King of NY” mural will go down. The Biggie tribute was created by art collective Spread Art NYC on the corner of Bedford Avenue and Quincy Street.
Conceptual art installation by unknown artist in Chicago.
UNIQLO collaborated with an international roster of artists to illustrate the different characteristics of Japan. This ninja was created by Illustrator Stevie Gee.
sound The Specials
detection Keychain, Fried Chicken
I liked it. Clean.
sound DJ Shadow