The New Order: KAWS x Takashi Murakami

Posted on July 17, 2009 Under Art

It's incredible to see a blog grow into something that comes to change pop culture. The blog reports on it, but in the process, inevitably becomes a part of that pop culture as well. One of our smart classmates who's…

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Marc Newson x LIVESTRONG Art Exhibition

Posted on July 15, 2009 Under Art

Hypebeast has the scoop on some new LIVESTRONG goodies. In addition to the Marc Newson special edition designed Zvezdochka, you get guide maps to the city of Paris, a LIVESTRONG band and an invite to the STAGES art event which…

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Oh Joy! A Pop-Up Shop

Posted on July 8, 2009 Under Design

Attention Philadelphia! If your penchant for brotherly love has recently morphed into a desire for designer-ly delights; don't despair, you're still in the right city. A sterling opportunity to quench that fresh thirst, although briefly, has presented itself in the…

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Frerk and Mark C Woehr

Posted on July 1, 2009 Under Art

From beginnings in Stuttgard, Frerk and Marc C. Woehr have developed a style bringing street art into a realm of off-balance darkness. The atmosphere of their collaborative work looks like the product of the Brothers Quay reshaping an urban environment…

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Geometry of Ruins

Posted on June 22, 2009 Under Life

Inspired by modern ruins and the spirit that remains alive inside of them, Geometry of Ruins seeks to simultaneously provoke feelings of hope and its death. The multimedia show by Tyger creator Guilherme Marcondes and his artist wife Andrezza Valentin"”both…

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Surreal Minds Exhibit

Posted on June 17, 2009 Under Art

I'm looking forward to the Surreal Minds exhibit with new works by dust next week here in NYC at myplasticheartnyc in the Lower East Side. Dust is a Swiss/German artist and designer who does murals, canvases, toys, illustrations, and more.…

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Recess on Governor's Island

Posted on June 16, 2009 Under Travel

There are plenty in the creative arena who scoff at the idea of sport, likening athletic competition as entertainment for uncivilized mongrels. However, when the chasm between brute force and artistic inspiration is bridged, some wonderful things can occur. The…

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Time For The High Line

Posted on June 12, 2009 Under Travel

It's a nice day for an elevated stroll. Open today is the first section of High Line, a park built on out of commission elevated rail that has been following since the earliest stages its conception. Running from Gansevoort…

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Posted on May 27, 2009 Under Life

A series of day-long workshops around blogging and usability trends are popping up over the next two weeks in Chicago, New York, and San Francisco in the form ofWordCamps. Domestic first-time Wordpress users and experienced developers alike will be privy…

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America's Best DJ

Posted on May 17, 2009 Under Music

The closest many of us will ever get to putting our hands on the wheels of steel is when they release a DJ game a la Rock Band. In the meantime, we can participate in DJ Times Magazine's America's Best…

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