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Aerial Terrarium made in Brooklyn

Richard Clarkson Studio is a design and art studio based in Brooklyn in New York. Among their refined and aerial creations, we can find these delicate spherical terrariums. The small glass globes can host genuine miniature ecosystems as well as spread a gentle light thanks to their built-in LED. These…

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Projections | Aakash Nihalani

Aakash Nihalani is a talented installation artist from Brooklyn who has a minimal and colourful style. His work allows the audience to interact with it, letting them live their own experience of the art. This collection of geometric shapes, called Projections is comprised of interactive canvases on a white wall which…

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The clock tower penthouse in Brooklyn

  At the top of a former cardboard box factory built in 1915, within a clock tower overlooking Brooklyn and Manhattan, is one of New York City’s most remarkable residences. The pinnacle of the Clocktower Building is a three-story penthouse measuring over 6,800 feet, with four 14-foot glass clocks –…

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Blink/Steady bike light

Blink / Steady – The bike light you’ve been waiting for. A Product Design project in Brooklyn, NY by Benjamin Cohen Easy, Secure, Beautiful. Machined from solid aluminum, the Blink/Steady bike light turns on automatically and shuts off when you’re not riding. There’s no need to remove it when you lock up because it’s secured by…

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The Holstee Manifesto: Lifecycle Video

The Holstee Manifesto is a call to action to live a life full of intention, creativity, passion, and community. The LifeCycle Film came about as a desire to bring the energy and passion behind the Manifesto to life through something we love–biking. As we seek to live mindful lifestyles that…

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Ace Hotel Room Mural

New York’s Ace Hotel asked artist Dan Cassaro to create a fun mural for one of its rooms. Cassaro, a freelance designer, animator and print-maker living and working in Brooklyn, happily obliged and used his typography skills to create this quality piece that’s a perfect fit with the hotel’s trademark style. You…

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HURRICANE IRENE

Some incredible photos of the strong Irene Hurricane in New York City and other cities in US, last week-end! Soaked: A Brooklyn resident wades through flood waters filling the intersection of Main St and Plymouth St   British Airways (BA) and Virgin Atlantic were among those forced to suspend passages…

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100 days of summer

Photographer and filmmaker Charles le Brigand’s latest photo series Summer in the City details 100 days of summer in Brooklyn and the Bronx. The spectacular photo set showcases how people, children especially, deal with the summer heat. Using fire hydrants, they cool off and play in the middle of the…

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Street Art in New York City

You get a chance to go out to the park this weekend and sit under a tree or throw a frisbee? It’s not that far to walk really and its good to reacquaint oneself with nature and barking dogs and deviled eggs and other weird salad creations that Aunt Majiminy…