For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Morgan Blair to share her favorite place to eat. Morgan is a New York-based artist whose Seinfelds series we are obsessed with. Continue reading for her answer.
Mike Giant’s sold out show at FFDG is killer. On view through March 8th
So how then did the north ended up on the top of the map? Ptolemy, that’s how. Read a great cartographic history of global positioning here.
While the Jamaican bobsled team didn’t win any medals at Sochi— the duo finished 29th out of 30—they won the internet with this fantastic 8-bit promotional video.
The most nonsensical US Map you will see today: The United States If Each State Were Named For The Most Similar Foreign Country
A Candid History of the The New York Art Scene, 1940-1970.
Directed by Emile de Antonio
For this installment of “Artist Eats,” we asked Clark Goolsby to share his favorite place to eat. Clark is a New York-based artist whose work is “composed of eye-catching neon colors, geometric shapes and collage.” Continue reading for his answer.
Casey Neistat Snowboarding New York City
Fiat’s old Lingotto auto factory in Turin, Italy was a real bottom-to-top operation. Raw materials were delivered on the ground floor and after going through many levels of manufacturing, finished automobiles exited onto the rooftop test track for a drive.
The Grateful Dead are a point of focus in this 1967 investigative report by Harry Reasoner.
The world’s tallest slum.
Photographs by Yan Morvan
Beginning this month, KEO is teaching a pair of “Graffiti Master Classes” in Brooklyn for students ages 8 thru 80. Learning everything from the basics of hand lettering to the history, theory, and philosophy of New York City Subway Style Writing, students in the classes will develop their own signature style and acquire the basic tools and knowledge for a successful career in graffiti.
One out of every two sandwiches sold in France is a burger, making it the most popular food in the country.
The definitive guide to Stephen Powers and ICY signs’ global public art project.
For more images of the Love Letter project in Philadelphia, click here