“In coming up with a list of New York’s most iconic buildings, it’s impossible to keep it to 10 or 15 landmarks; so here, we’ve chosen 30 of the city’s biggest, best architectural icons.” Max Touhey Vox Media ny.curbed.com: New York City’s most iconic buildings, mapped
Hercules became a prominent force in ancient culture. He achieved immortality after his death because his labors were undertaken on behalf of mankind (the Greek for labors is athloi, from which we derive ‘athlete’). As athletic achievements were one of the highest honours in ancient Greece, Hercules was the ideal role model.
Dolce and Gabbana video for 2021 Spring Men’s collection caught my particular attention this year. As the fashion industry adapts to changes brought by the COVID-19 pandemic D&G decided to stage this show outside with an audience, a trio of Opera singers, the models and others. Science fiction and present reality together yet not. DolceandGabbana.com […]
The Lincoln Project’s latest ad focuses on the millions of American’s facing eviction notices “August 11, 2020 –In a new ad released today, “Moving Day,” The Lincoln Project exposes the bleak reality coming for millions of Americans. The ad focuses on the Trump evictions and foreclosures that are coming due to the president’s failed response […]
mymodernmet.com: Rainbow Art Installations Dazzle Viewers With Unique Colorful Art
No Space, Just a Place. Eterotopia gucci.com: Curator by Myriam Ben Salah gives an exclusive insight into the new exhibition ‘No Space, Just a Place’ held at the Daelim Museum in Seoul. – Gucci Stories
“A digital billboard in New York City’s Times Square targeting President Donald Trump’s early inaction on coronavirus reached a grave milestone on Wednesday, as it ticked over to an estimated 50,000 preventable deaths.” – Josephine Harvey huffpost.com huffpost.com: ‘Trump Death Clock’ In Times Square Is Grim Reminder Of Preventable Virus Deaths | HuffPost
It’s been five decades since Apollo 8 astronaut William Anders photographed Earth peaking over the Moon’s horizon. The iconic image, dubbed Earthrise, inspired a new appreciation of the fragility of our place in the universe. Two years later, Earth Day was born to honor our home planet. As the world prepares to commemorate the 50th […]
“The Chelsea Hotel may be the only Manhattan lodging space famous for its grit rather than its glamour. Even as only a few of the establishment’s neon letters are lit at night, it remains a solid New York City tourist attraction, drawing all those curious about the infamous Nancy Spungen murder or their favorite Leonard Cohen lyric.”
René Magritte (1898-1967) French-Belgian painter known for his surrealist art. Many biographies refer to his style as “mysterious and full of magic”.