The photographer duo James and Karla Murray did an amazing job capturing the nostalgia displayed on the faces of all the timeless immigrant shops in NYC that formed the fabric of the city’s culture. Too bad that these 19th and 20th century gems are going extinct.
I am very lucky to have had the chance to visit some of these places the few times i’ve been to the city. So i thought i’d share these as an homage to the mom’n’pop shops and as a tank you you James and Karla… please make sure you buy their book.
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A series of fun and unique birch-ply hand crafted designer toys, done by Greg Darroll… go inside for a better look.
i don’t even know… but MUST TRY!!!
found at Longo Land
like what you see? then come in for some refreshing political incorrectness!
Not a big fan of this album, but i absolutely respect the craft of these two minds. If you ever wondered how the two Mega Geniuses work, then this is for you.
By the way… the images are easy to find, but the video will probably be deleted pretty soon, because Yey and Hov got their little eyes all over the internets looking for this and banning it. so enjoy it while it’s still up!
…Oh, favorite part? Russell Crowe of course.
So Adobe finally releases MUSE, a remake of my favorite Adobe product of all times… GoLive. As a graphic designer who dabbles in code just a little, GoLive was the tool that made me feel like a rock star. so Muse here looks like it can be promising, and i know that because hardcore web designers are already bashing it to the ground. I can’t wait to see what i can do with it and the things am gonna learn through it.