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    BROOKLYN’S BARCLAYS THE HIGHEST TECH STADIUM EVER

    Not gonna lie - pretty proud of Brooklyn right now.

    GEEK OUT:

    - 8,000 sq. ft. of LED signage

    -Three-story tall HD center score board

    - Free Wi-Fi

    - LTE and 3G service both inside

    - app that lets you order food from your seat.

    - Oculus, a 360 degree LED marquee that surrounds the street-level pavilion and will play videos, advertisements and can air footage live during games and performances.

    via PSFK

    — 1 year ago
    #tech  #leds  #brooklyn 

    The Brooklyn Nets logo is an homage to subway signage of 1957 when Brooklyn last claimed a major league franchise.

    — 1 year ago with 5 notes
    #Logo  #design  #brand identity  #Brooklyn  #Jay Z  #NBA  #Nets  #basketball 

    Red Bull Creation was a 3 day innovation fest in Brooklyn. The topic “Energy in Motion” was announced and 16 teams scoured the city for materials to build something useful, imaginative, and inspiring. Check out the results here. http://bit.ly/phWTVa

    — 2 years ago with 8 notes
    #Red Bull  #invention  #create  #innovation  #Brooklyn  #hackers 
    Visited one of my favorite places in Brooklyn this weekend - The Brooklyn Flea Market. I stumbled upon Morris Kitchen who were selling their specialty Ginger Syrup. The syrup is contained in something resembling an old medicine bottle and the labels are all letter pressed. I sampled the ginger syrup in a tea concoction where it was mixed with hot water and maybe some lemon. There were also little recipe cards for cocktail making and you can probably experiment with it in your baking/cooking, or give it as a gift, or just keep it for yourself :)

    Visited one of my favorite places in Brooklyn this weekend - The Brooklyn Flea Market. I stumbled upon Morris Kitchen who were selling their specialty Ginger Syrup. The syrup is contained in something resembling an old medicine bottle and the labels are all letter pressed. I sampled the ginger syrup in a tea concoction where it was mixed with hot water and maybe some lemon. There were also little recipe cards for cocktail making and you can probably experiment with it in your baking/cooking, or give it as a gift, or just keep it for yourself :)

    — 3 years ago with 2 notes
    #ginger syrup  #package design  #brooklyn  #nyc  #morris kitchen  #food  #cocktails  #gifts