Now, we know New Yorkers deliver style, so when great artists such as Grace Jones, Lenny Kravitz, Lauryn Hill, and Kelis all plan to bless the stage, it's a fact that the crowd will be bringing their style twice as hard.
Entries in New York (251)
Sweet Science, an East Williamsburg based restaurant and bar is teaming up with local artist Amar Stewart to commemorate their 2nd Anniversary. .
This past Friday was an important one for photography and NYC culture—a photography exhibition organized by photographer Cindy Caroli that aims to bring people together for a reminder of the truce essence of New York City, diversity, struggle, expression, love, and raw energy.
DQM founder Chris Keeffe has been in the skateboard industry for over 29 years. Originally from Queens, he started skating at age 10, which ultimately led to a professional career.
New York City stereotypes—the unavoidable, often racist, usually humorous depictions and interpretations of the city’s multitude of cultural characters. Here are some of those very renditions done courtesy of Stay Vers—you garlic breath, pizza slinging, spaghetti bending, Vic Damone motherfucker!
Raised in the West Village with main stomping grounds at Washington Square Park, Ricky worked his way up the career ladder as a bus boy first, a job which led to his legendary snap of a perfectly spontaneous Cindy Crawford exiting the ladies room.
Natali Yura is a young, up-and-coming artist who calls Russia, New York, and hopefully Hollywood one day, her home.
In New York at got nothin' to do this Thursday, October 2nd? Stop by POP International Galleries' Product Of UR Environment show, featuring new works by 2ESAE and SKI.
From rags to riches, Harif “Haculla” Guzman is the true incarnation of The American Dream, however unorthodox the journey. The outcome? Something that can only be described as modern alchemy, a lowly street-dweller derel emerged into a globally renowned contemporary artist.