New York, amongst other things, is a type enthusiast’s dream. Here, recent portraits of found letters and numbers.
A vintage airline print ad.
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.
Argentinian designer Juan Pablo Cambariere assigns a lofty rating to NYC.
On Manhattan’s lower east side, a Banksy pretender.
This is a decidedly upscale version of the cheap and ubiquitous New York plastic shopping bag from the Brooklyn studio, Cast of Vices. Hand sewn and hand embossed, it’s also rather unfortunately crafted from “the finest lambskin leather.”