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INTERSECTION | NYC-NIGHT BY NAVID BARATY

NY, Brooklyn-based photographer Navid Baraty (facebook / behance) - "Anyone who’s walked around a city looking up at the grandeur of the towering buildings knows how small you can feel amid such giants. I wanted to instead look down from those dizzying heights and capture a surreal and altered perspective on the familiar chaotic but rhythmic life below. While there’s undeniable beauty in abstracting architecture into angles and reflections, I was attracted even more by the unique character of each city that could still be perceived from far above." read more

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Times Square’s New Heart Formed with Salvaged Hurricane Sandy Debris

A sweet yet meaningful new art installation was recently unveiled in Times Square. Brooklyn-based design firm Situ Studio created Heartwalk, a heart-shaped enclosure made from boardwalk boards salvaged from the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Collected both from New York and New Jersey, the boards form a slatted construction that lifts from the ground and is illuminated from within. Visitors are encouraged to enter the installation and literally stand in the heart of the city. (via: mymodernmet)

Heartwalk website

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NEW YORK CITY

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AerialFilmwork - Director of Photography Ron Chapple | Editor Susan Dempster

All aerial footage shot with the Cineflex V14HD gyro-stabilized camera system using a Sony HDC1500-R and Fujinon 42x 9.7mm lens.

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NYC FRACTAL

Germany, Hamburg-based photographer Carsten Witte (facebook / behance) - "shot on my last two trips to NYC with an eye for the relecting surfaces of New York´s architecture. Shot between central park and financial districh in December. Surfaces of NY architecture.”

BLACK NEW YORK

Belgian graphic designer and video director Maxime Quoilin, living between Belgium and the USA.

The hurricane Sandy turned part of New York City into darkness.
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EARTH ABIDES

Photographer Eli Maier | Rainwood Productions 

Dedicated to George R. Stewart 

author of post-apocalyptic science fiction novel Earth Abides

"The idea is to illustrate the fall of civilization. Сity lights will continue to shine for a while, but civilization has already gone. It is a mix of photographs I made on the Green-Wood Cemetery and the most famous spots of New York City: Wall Street, Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Midtown and Central Park."

(Photo by Chris Jordan) SCULPTURE GARDEN - Artist Kathy Creutzburg | http://devidsketchbook.com SCULPTURE GARDEN - Artist Kathy Creutzburg | http://devidsketchbook.com SCULPTURE GARDEN - Artist Kathy Creutzburg | http://devidsketchbook.com SCULPTURE GARDEN - Artist Kathy Creutzburg | http://devidsketchbook.com

FIGMENT SUMMER-LONG SCULPTURE GARDEN

Artist, Sculptor | Kathy Creutzburg

During the 2012 summer season, “Pulling It Too Tight” is a sculptural installation that may be visited on Governor’s Island. These overlapping benches are meant to resemble a herd of messy and unkempt animals needing to be groomed.  The mosaic animal faces on the different benches were designed with the assistance of children at Manhattan East Middle School, during after-school art-making sessions. - Kathy Creutzburg

Intersection | NYC -  Photographer Navid Baraty | http://devidsketchbook.com Intersection | NYC -  Photographer Navid Baraty | http://devidsketchbook.com Intersection | NYC -  Photographer Navid Baraty | http://devidsketchbook.com Intersection | NYC -  Photographer Navid Baraty | http://devidsketchbook.com

Intersection | NYC

(Midtown and Chelsea)

Photographer Navid Baraty

Born and raised in rural Ohio, photographer Navid Baraty’s artistic passion led him from his unfulfilling days of working as an engineer to becoming a photographer in San Francisco and then New York City. He became obsessed with photography because of its universal ability to engage our senses and tell a story. Navid wants his work to accurately portray the human condition and shape the way people think about the Earth.

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CITYSCAPE DRAWINGS NEW YORK

Patrick Vale studied at Central St Martins and has been illustrating for the past six years. During this time he has also worked for the BBC’s 21CC studio, art-directing projects and teaching members of the BBC audience to make multi-media content for output across the BBC’s platforms. 

A boyhood fascination with drawing architecture and cityscapes has led Patrick to become known for his vast cityscape pieces and now sees him working regularly for leading Architectural Visualisation Studios - alongside tackling illustration briefs. He draws in ink from life wherever possible and loves to document people interacting with the world.

The Art Hustle (Central Park) Life Saving Rope (Upper East Side) The Perfect Fit (East Village) The Mythical Beast (Union Square) Ms. Melonhead (Central Park) Vermin Supreme (Union Square)

Humans of New York

Photographer BRANDON STANTON

About - I get really passionate about things.  At some time in my life, I’ve been obsessed or borderline-obsessed with saltwater aquariums, the baritone euphonium, Barack Obama, reading, piano, filming, financial markets, New York City, and photography.  I was once arrested for taking photographs inside Gianni Versace’s South Beach mansion.  It was 3 AM.  I was super drunk.  I studied History at the University of Georgia.  During my senior year of college, I took out $3,000 in student loans and bet it on Barack Obama to win the presidency.  A friend heard about this bet and got me a job trading bonds on the Chicago Board of Trade.  I traded for three years.  It went really well for awhile.  But then it went really bad.   Whoops.   After I lost my trading job, I decided to move to New York City and take portraits of strangers on the street.  Mom wasn’t too happy about that decision, but so far it’s gone pretty well.  I’ve taken nearly 5,000 portraits and written 50 stories.  And I’ve met some amazing people along the way.

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Keep Cool NYC Go nyc 1 Go nyc 2

Street Paintings by Daniel Uytterhaeghe

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Monotypes NEW YORK 1/6 by Serge Mendjisky

Berenice Abbott

New York Stock Exchange, New York City 1933

Gelatin silver print 24 x 19 cm

Pierre Belhassen -  Rain  ”Wake-up in New York”

Artist HANS BREDER

Algus Greenspon  presents an exhibition of new paintings, conceptual sculpture and video by Hans Breder running from Friday March 16 through SaturdayApril 14, 2012.

The current exhibition draws on three aspects of Breder’s work: new paintings grounded in an exploration of the neuro-opthalmology of image perception, conceptual sculptures made by telephone in 1969, and a recent video installation, continuing Breder’s 40 year interest in the medium.

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