NYC used to be so badass. I can just here that cop, “move it buddy, go on mooooove it”.
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I wasn’t alive in the 70′s but I can tell you that when I think of them, car salesmen almost always come to mind. That’s what is really cool about all these photographs by Paul McDonough, they just capture the essence of NYC in the 70′s. Click above to check out more of his work.
I could really use the Kong Table by Uhuru. They specialize in making beautiful pieces of out reclaimed and recycled wood in their Red Hook Brooklyn studio. I suggest checking out their website especially if you’re into interior design, furniture or just appreciate good wood.
I never really get tired of vintage photos of major cities especially New York and especially when they’re from above. Check out more photos after the jump.
One of the things I love most in life is traveling and meeting friends of friends. Last fall while out in NYC visiting my buddy rick I crossed paths with one Matthew Brown. To say this kid is energetic is a vast understatement. Within the first few hours of meeting him I felt like he could walk into a retirement home with a 30 rack of Stone’s and have the place rocking all night long. Matt doesn’t just party hard he works hard too and it show’s in his photography. I was able to get a rare interview with Matt as he seems to always be on the go. Check it out after the jump and make sure you check out Matt’s site too.
Sophomore clothing out of NYC. Guys stuff is pretty chill but it’s the girls stuff I’m more interested in. What I mean by that is I am interested in more girls knowing about Sophomore so that more girls are wearing Sophomore. It’s a win win situation you see? All you need to know is right here.