We made a Biziness Deal @tuneyards @4ad @bowerypresents #latergram (at Rough Trade NYC)
@tuneyards rock me to sleep… More like rock me awake, this show was awesome. @4ad @bowerypresents Now I can’t get to bed. (at Rough Trade, Brooklyn)
Watch Sylvan Esso - Play It Right (Official Music Video)
We are SOOOO excited to welcome Instagram icon Liz Eswein — better known as @newyorkcity — to the LS family! Liz will be heading up our new unit, Cycle, which will create and amplify Instagram content for the world’s top advertisers. In addition to her 1.2m followers and many industry awards,…
As a company that’s adopted Valentine’s Day as our official holiday we see the importance in hand holding. Naturally, we’re very much in love with this warm Duracell moment.
I came across this article “Free iPhone app uses visual recognition technology and crowdsourcing to find similar products for sale online” on the front page of The Guardian website today.
Now, I distinctly remember being sat in a bar with a colleague of mine 3 years ago and saying something…
"[Martha Cooper] is perhaps best known for documenting the New York City graffiti scene of the 1970s and 1980s. Her most known personal work began while working at the New York Post. On her return home from the Post she began taking photos of children in her New York City neighborhood. One day she met a young kid named Edwin who helped expose her to some of the graffiti around her neighborhood. Edwin helped to explain to her that Graffiti is an art form and that each artist was actually writing his/her nickname. Edwin then proceeded to tell of the Graffiti King and asked if she would like to meet him. This is when Martha met Dondi, the first one who allowed her to accompany him; while Dondi was tagging she would take photos of his art. In the 1980s she put together a book of photos illustrating the Graffiti subculture calledSubway Art. She has degrees in art and anthropology.”