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    Artist Thierry Cohen illustrates what the world’s cities would look like if we were able to see the constellations beyond the smog.  He has re-imagined what some of the world’s largest cities would look like with a starry backdrop- see if you can identify the newly lit locations.  Click for his entire portfolio of work.

    — 1 year ago with 6 notes
    #art  #global cities  #smog  #pollution  #new york  #rio  #san francisco  #paris  #thierry cohen  #darkened cities 
    The MTA announced it will offer ad space on the front and back of MetroCards. The MTA isn’t being precious about their logo either, the entire space is up for grabs, other than the black strip. Users won’t be able to choose which card they get, it’s up to the stack inside the machine. While it’s bittersweet to see an iconic piece of New York become ad space, maybe this means the F train will actually run on weekends.
Via NYTimes.

    The MTA announced it will offer ad space on the front and back of MetroCards. The MTA isn’t being precious about their logo either, the entire space is up for grabs, other than the black strip. Users won’t be able to choose which card they get, it’s up to the stack inside the machine. While it’s bittersweet to see an iconic piece of New York become ad space, maybe this means the F train will actually run on weekends.

    Via NYTimes.

    — 2 years ago
    #MTA  #New York  #metrocard  #logo  #design  #advertising 

    Bob Egan tracked down the original locations of famous album cover photos shot in NYC. It’s hard to tell what exactly has changed since the ’60s and ’70s, but it’s impressive that Egan was able to find the locations in the first place. More on Weburbanist.

    — 2 years ago with 1 note
    #album covers  #nyc  #new york  #springsteen  #dylan  #simon and garfunkel 

    The New York Times Magazine asked 8 designers to re-imagine their logo for the latest issue. From simple font change to adding laserbeam-eyed cats, the designers truly embraced the freedom of the assignment. Check out the designs here.

    — 2 years ago with 3 notes
    #design  #logo  #branding  #re-design  #New York Times  #Magazine  #cover  #New York 
    Fashion Week has hit NYC so it seems only fitting to see a mash-up of the best of NYFW with obscure architecture: http://bit.ly/xhEucJ

    Fashion Week has hit NYC so it seems only fitting to see a mash-up of the best of NYFW with obscure architecture: http://bit.ly/xhEucJ

    — 2 years ago with 3 notes
    #NYFW  #fashion  #new york  #architecture 

    Get a bike. Lock it to a post. Take a pic every day for a year.

    Last year, we conducted a unique urban experiment for Hudson Urban Bicycles. On January 1, 2011 we chained a fully loaded bike - bells, basket, lights and more - to a post along a busy Soho street. We took a picture of the bike everyday for 365 days, watching it slowly vanish before our eyes. The photos we took were then turned into a daily calendar. We call this project LIFECYCLE: 365 days in the life of a bike in NYC.

    — 2 years ago with 367 notes
    #Basket  #Design  #Hudson Urban Bicycles  #La Esquina  #NYC  #New York  #Red Peak  #animation  #bike  #biking  #branding  #calendar  #cycling  #photography  #soho  #stop motion  #time lapse  #video  #bicycle  #red 
    Paris vs. New York, a graphic look at the city’s differences by Parisian designer Vahram Muratyan http://bit.ly/vCgweb

    Paris vs. New York, a graphic look at the city’s differences by Parisian designer Vahram Muratyan http://bit.ly/vCgweb

    — 2 years ago with 8 notes
    #Paris  #New York  #Vahram Muratyan  #graphic design  #urban  #culture 
    Uniqlo always gets it right! Their “digital collage” of influential New Yorkers is fun and insightful with just a hint of product. http://bit.ly/tlqWy7  

    Uniqlo always gets it right! Their “digital collage” of influential New Yorkers is fun and insightful with just a hint of product. http://bit.ly/tlqWy7  

    — 2 years ago with 4 notes
    #Uniqlo  #flagship store  #5th Ave  #New York  #NYC Voices  #Digital initiative  #fashion 
    If the world’s 7 billion people lived in one city, how big would that city be? Tim De Chant argues that “density begets efficiency.” http://bit.ly/vVus78

    If the world’s 7 billion people lived in one city, how big would that city be? Tim De Chant argues that “density begets efficiency.” http://bit.ly/vVus78

    — 2 years ago with 67 notes
    #urban  #population  #design  #infographic  #efficiency  #smarter cities  #7 billion  #Paris  #New York  #London 
    Celebrating their 100th anniversary, IBM opens the THINK exhibition in NYC. It’s an engaging exploration into how the world works  and how to make it work better: http://ibm.co/nJk9zN

    Celebrating their 100th anniversary, IBM opens the THINK exhibition in NYC. It’s an engaging exploration into how the world works and how to make it work better: http://ibm.co/nJk9zN

    — 3 years ago with 27 notes
    #ibm  #interactive  #exhibition  #New York  #Lincoln Center  #innovation  #digital  #IBM 100 

    An ordinary billboard in New York has been turned into the set for a gig as part of an ad campaign for Heineken Light beer.

    — 3 years ago
    #Heineken  #advertising  #music  #new york 
    Great website from Uniqlo celebrating creative and influential New Yorkers for the launch of their new flagship store http://www.uniqlo.com/nycvoices/

    Great website from Uniqlo celebrating creative and influential New Yorkers for the launch of their new flagship store http://www.uniqlo.com/nycvoices/

    — 3 years ago with 5 notes
    #influencers  #Uniqlo  #microsite  #New York  #creativity  #museum 

    Heineken is giving up-and-coming designers the chance to co-create a nightclub concept with the brand for Milan Design Week in 2012. 80 designers will present their work and 20 will move on to the final round. http://bit.ly/qxyAuF

    — 3 years ago with 2 notes
    #Heineken  #crowdsourcing  #design  #New York  #Sao Paulo  #Milan  #Tokyo  #nightclub