Archive for the ‘City’ Category

L&V Sweets: Website Launch!

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

After many hours of drooling at the computer screen, we are happy to announce that the L&V Sweets website has been LAUNCHED!

L&V Sweets design & prepare delicious cookies with unique attention to details for all types of events, or simply for your sweet tooth! On their website, you can browse through their very generous and colorful collection of cookies. We immediately fell in love with their work – a truly breathtaking art.

Remember: cookies aren’t just for kids! L&V Sweets create yummy cookie designs for Weddings, Holidays and other celebrations.

Father’s Day is coming up soon, such a great gift idea!

Congrats ladies! More photos after the jump…


Tuesday, February 8th, 2011

Home is a documentary film by Yann Arthus-Bertrand featuring breathtaking imagery of our diverse planet. From the jungles of africa to the hustle of NewYork, Home captures 120 locations over 54 countries and gives you goosebumps the entire 1 hour and 33 mins. It’s been screening around the world and you should be able to catch it in your local theater. If you can’t the full film can be seen on youTube. Enjoy!


Mr Brainwash or Banksy?

Tuesday, November 16th, 2010

Finally got around to watching Banksy’s debut film/documentary, ‘Exit Through the Gift Shop,’ this past weekend featuring Mr Brainwash aka Thierry Guetta. Mr Brainwash is an over the top insane person turned street artist. From the streets of Paris comes this eccentric little man with a desire to film about nothing leading him on a path to art. In the end he pulls off this miraculous exhibition in LA entitled ‘Life is Beautiful’ showcasing an enormous amount of pop/street art. Word on the street is that Mr Brainwash is Bankys’s Borat and the art is really Banksy’s. Regardless the work is dope. He still has an exhibition running in NYC in the East Village called ‘ICONS’ More after the jump…


Secret NYC Subway Station

Monday, November 8th, 2010

The NYC City Hall Subway station is a hidden architectural gem that has been closed for decades. The station was built in 1904 and features tall arches, brass fixtures, and amazing skylights. Even though the station has been closed it is still being used as a turnaround point for the #6 train. Next time you are in NYC jump on the #6 train and instead of getting off it’s last stop, Brooklyn Bridge, stay on the train till it reaches it’s turnaround point at City Hall. More pics after jump…

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JR Art

Saturday, September 11th, 2010

JR is a visual artist from Paris. He exhibits in the streets around the world with ambitious and sometimes illegal projects creating dramatic impact to the landscapes of cities. More of his work after the jump…


El Mac Murals

Wednesday, September 8th, 2010

El Mac is a artist based out of Phoenix who globetrots around the world painting dreamy murals. His paint stroke techniques and color palettes make his work instantly recognizable.  More after the jump…


Bike Wall

Wednesday, September 8th, 2010

A Bike shop in Germany that has a 120 bicycles mounted to the exterior wall instead of a sign. So surreal it looks like a photochop. Pic was spotted in the NY Daily News. Thanks Brancs


The Beat of New York

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

Shot on a Canon 5D by DoP Thomas Noesner of Stereoscreen who was in NYC for a Mercedes shoot. He took some time off and walked the city taking some great shots. Back in the lab, Thomas, along with his sound designer Toussaint, came up with a sound track based on the drummer you see throughout the video. Nice nice…

Love Letter to Philly

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010

Love Letter is a project by Steve Powers with the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program. The object is to revitalize Philly’s run down areas with inspirational murals. Going to be popping some new life into the city. More pics after the jump…