Tagged: New York CIty

Studio Visit: Paul Barbera

Studio Visit: Paul Barbera

We visited the Lower East Side studio of the photographer who arguably made studio visits a thing, Paul Barbera. He just opened a new show this week, and his second “Where They Create” book comes out this fall.

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Terence Koh at Andrew Edlin Gallery

Terence Koh at Andrew Edlin Gallery

A few thousand pounds of earth, a peaceful march, and bees – Terence Koh’s new solo show at Andrew Edlin Gallery is probably most exciting opening so far this year.

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100 Years of Jane Jacobs

100 Years of Jane Jacobs

Jane Jacobs, the most well-known crusader for living, functional, social cities would have turned 100 years old this week.

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Studio Visit: Annie Larson

Studio Visit: Annie Larson

Maggie Shannon visited maximum fun knitwear designer Annie Larson in her delightful and offbeat studio space in NYC. 

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The Last Diners of NYC

The Last Diners of NYC

Nowadays, it seems nothing in NYC is safe from redevelopment into luxury condos. One icon of the city, the classic freestanding diner, has now nearly been developed out of existence. A graphic designer shares her exploration of some of the city’s last best bastions of neon and black coffee.

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I definitely learned a lot.

I definitely learned a lot.

Amardeep S. has a new collection of photos out from across an improbable mix of locations: Arizona, Austria, Italy, Portland, San Francisco, Slovenia, Vancouver Island and Virginia. And one in New York. 

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Studio Visit: Ryan Fitzgibbon

Studio Visit: Ryan Fitzgibbon

There is certainly no shortage of clever, well-designed indie publications today, but it’s fair to say that few transcend their intended audiences and even fewer become emblematic of larger cultural shifts. One young title that has certainly captured the zeitgeist is Hello Mr., founded by Ryan Fitzgibbon, a young designer who has spent time at IDEO and Fabrica, to […]

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Introducing: Vianel

Introducing: Vianel

Traditional luxury brands make really nice stuff. After all, the world’s best leathers, construction by hand and, more often than not, the savoir-faire of traditional European production go a long way towards distinction in an era of disposability. Nevertheless, the over the top bling these brands have become synonymous means that their popularity is increasingly limited to places like Moscow’s lavish/garish […]

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Chinatown, New York City

Chinatown, New York City

Chinatown is a city in itself. A tidal restlessness permeates the neighborhood, as does the distinct aroma of fresh fish and damp cigarettes. People move quickly here, but not in the tight, choreographed shuffle of the typical Midtowner — it involves more ducking and turning, a lot more cursing and tripping over small children and […]

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Milk & Oysters

Milk & Oysters

Tonight Ed.Varie opens Milk & Oysters, a new group photography exhibition curated by Alldayeveryday. The ‘do will showcase limited-edition photography work — to be unveiled this evening — from “eleven long time friends” in its venerable Tompkins Square Park space (host also to Ana Kraš’ Mothers With Spoons exhibition earlier this year). Ed. Varie sets the mood with perhaps this season’s best exhibition teaser: “As […]

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Introducing: 6397

Introducing: 6397

6397 is a ready-to-wear in-house collective project from The News showroom, in response to the needs of the modern woman. With an effortless style and boyish spirit, the line is made up of essential pieces that are understated and minimal, and free of decoration and unnecessary detail. We got the inside scoop on how the […]

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Staff Picks: Peter

Staff Picks: Peter

Peter is a Richmond transplant who came to us from Brooklyn, New York as our Creative Project Manager. With a diverse background from Guatemala and the Middle East, he grew up surrounded by his parents’ different cultures and families which led to a love for travel, language, and different cultures. Though he’s been traveling his whole life, Peter’s […]

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Human Being Journal: Issue 2 Launch

Human Being Journal: Issue 2 Launch

To celebrate the release of Issue 2 of our in-house publication Human Being Journal, we packed up and traveled from Richmond, Virginia to New York City and invited all of our friends and family to party with us. Special thanks to Space LES for hosting us, DJ Lucas Walters for playing the jams, Heineken for providing […]

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