Safari Sundays is an energetic New York based brand development and creative agency. Founded by Damon Gorrie in 2006, the office located on Thompson street is a work of ‘Pop’ art. With collector toys, designer lamps and chairs, trendy wallpapers and all the latest tech gadgets you can imagine, the space offers a great and [...]
Dear: Rivington is a carefully edited collection of vintage finds presented in a fastidious white-themed interior. Owner Moon Rhee (who used to work as an antiques dealer in Williamsburg) travels far to acquire the unique selection of furniture and
The BDDW showroom in SoHo carries unique hand crafted furniture. Qualities such as focus on material, close attention to detail and a clean design have propelled designer and sculptor Tyler Hays to the forefront of his field.
When walking into Greg Lauren‘s installation, you may be quite unsure of what is happening. The scenario is composed of over 40 pieces of worn-looking garments with a dark color palette ranging from blacks, whites and earth-tones such as sepia, ebony and umber.
For the next two weeks (Oct 15-31), Gallery 151 will be promoting Green Halloween Bazaar, a national movement that encourage the creative aspects of Halloween while suggesting alternatives for the excessive consumerism brought by the holiday. The Green Halloween Bazaar will bring together numerous NYC artist, fashion stylists and costumers and have their garments for [...]
Michele Varian is one of the most intricate decorative stores in New York City. With an early 1900′s charm, the store is a great place to find a large variety of unique elements, such as luxurious and feminine handmade pillows, industrial looking lamps, animal sculptures in wood, brass and porcelain, magnifying and hour glasses and [...]
The Cooper Union for Advancement of Science and Art has recently opened the doors of their new academic building. To be occupied primarily by the Albert Nerken School of Engineering, one of the nation’s most selective institutes of education, they have created a building that maximizes its utility as both a space for study and [...]
Here are two great conceptual photo stories shot inside museums -The first one was created as a collaboration between Brazilian photographers Gabriel Mendes and Patricia Thompson, the second one is American photographer Andy Freeberg. A similar concept indeed but
Yesterday we introduced you to a few upcoming brands with a focus on neckwear. We mentioned that our favorite was Timo Neckwear and today I wanted to share with you a review from their presentation with Interview Magazine at the Milk Studios Gallery/Phillips de Pury & CO in NY…
Its always a pleasure to look through your friends photos after they return form a trip, especially when its somewhere you have never been or seen. Everyone has their way of capturing the highlights of a place and their interpretation of its beauty. Here is an exquisite photographic journal through Argentina, Peru, Bolivia and Chile.