New York-based photographer Darcy Rogers made a photo series called “Spring In New York City”, which recalls spring. White and pink blooming cherry trees are captured with warm and delicate lights. The complete series is to discover in images in the article.
Typograph Niral Parekh recently made the cover of the New York Times recomposing their logo with 3000 accumulated mail. A work called Type of Letters, emphasizing with talent the love of this artist for the paper while providing superb coverage for this reference of the American press.
Nike had the excellent idea to offer without warning in New York recently a distributor not to get drinks, but for various sections of the brand to the point like socks or a shirt. For these objects, just not exchange money, but the Fuel invented by the brand for its connected as Nike+ FuelBand by plugging in USB.
New York is known for these ballads bike friendly place. In a city where all kinds of people feature all kinds of bikes, photographer Sam Polcer photography this wide range of personalities. A beautiful colorful collection of photographs, which expresses different individuals often with their bike.
Photographer Christopher Payne has released a photo book entitled “North Brother Island : The Last Unknown Place in New York City” in which he reveals a city completely abandoned and empty near New York, about 10 minutes away in boat from Bronx. North Brother Island, a dead city to discover in photos.
Paul Trillo and Microsoft have collaborated to direct a video for the mobile phone Nokia Lumia 1020 and its 41 megapixels’ camera. “Living Moments” shows the everyday life in New York with a camera that turns vertically at 360 degrees, changing of places for each round. A real experience produced by AFOG Productions.
Here are the works by the Italian painter Valerio D’Ospina. The artist works on the urban environment, more particularly on the streets of New York and Italy. These works are extremements expressive and intense, because of the technique used, through the colors chosen and perspectives that put the viewer in the center of the work.
Geoff Tompkinson, an English director timelapse specialist, made a timelapse of his journey in New York City. We can discover the city at night and at day, all accelerated, in its parks and above its skyscrapers, on a very beautiful song. The video is to discover in the next part of the article.