All Posts Filed in ‘New York

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DEEP BLUE

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The poetic grace of the first Obama election cover is a hard act to follow, but Mark Ulriksen’s illustration on this week’s New Yorker makes for a glittering election issue cover.

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TYPECAST

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New York, amongst other things, is a type enthusiast’s dream. Here, recent portraits of found letters and numbers.

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PAST AND PRESENT

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A vintage airline print ad.

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GREEN T

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John Baldessari takes a swing (pun intended) at the New York Times T Magazine logo, with an illustration created with golf tees.

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GREEN AND YELLOW

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Who says recycling is all drudgery? This bright collection of taxi-yellow chairs lay discarded on the streets of New York City before being rescued, repaired and repainted by the Brooklyn-based architectural firm Bade Stageberg Cox, for a projected entitled Street Seats. Each piece is stamped with the date and location of its rescue–and can be purchased through the firm’s website.

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ONE AND ONLY

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Argentinian designer Juan Pablo Cambariere assigns a lofty rating to NYC.

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LOVE LETTERS

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On Manhattan’s lower east side, a Banksy pretender.