Posts Tagged 'new york'

Empty New York City

Glad most of the people seem to have electricity back in NYC! Timely, there comes the times lapse series “Empty America” produced by Ross Ching showing the most iconic cities in the states empty/without people.

New York

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Beyond 9/11 photographed by Marco Grob wins Emmy

Marco Grob (born in Olten Switzerland, 10′ from where I grew up) has won an Emmy together with TIME for the stunning portraits of “Beyond 9/11 Portraits of Resilience” in the category “New Approaches to News and Documentary Programming”

The The 9/11: Portraits of Resilience project also appeared as a special issue, a film documentary, a book and a photo exhibition. But the website is “perhaps the purest expression of what we attempted to accomplish,” said TIME Managing Editor Rick Stengel. “It’s very gratifying that it was recognized and I want to first of all pay tribute to the brave men and women who suffered through the terrible events of 9/11 and then shared their stories with us and the world.”

(via TIME)

Time-lapse drawing of Manhattan

Drawing by Patrick Vale: “I did it in about 4/5 days on and off, shot on iPhone so had to export alot of pics every half hour!”

Google added 750 people to its Manhattan office in 2011

The internet giant has expanded heavily with 4 new NY offices and adding 38% more staff in the recent years, especially in New York City. After acquiring four New York companies and going on a hiring spree for its media and advertising arms, Google now has about 2,750 employees in New York City, a 38% increase from 2010, the company told The Wall Street Journal. Check out the new offices designed after the city below. Not sure if I could concentrate with all the playground around but certainly a great environment to foster ideas and creativity.

(via wsj)

a day in new york city, in miniature

Specular shots by Sam O’Hare and team. It is shot on a Nikon D3 (and one shot on a D80), as a series of stills.

Wanna display your YouTube video in the Guggenheim Museum in New York?

You think your sleepy puppy videos are moving and avant-garde enough to make it into the Guggenheim Museum? Then I would not hesitate to submit it for “YouTube Play”, an exhibition of video art at the famous New York museum this fall. But you have to hurry up, submissions close 31 July.

London by Walkman

In the time when I was working in London I often listened to music in the Tube (not through a Walkman though). If I’d had mapped my music journey’s they could look like Sony‘s new advertisements for the Walkman – every station is a band. This great advertisements were done by Saatchi & Saatchi Australia. New York, London and Sydney by Walkman.


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