I’ve been having way too much fun with these. Last week I made an interactive sharable NYC subway map called […]
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I’ve been literally watching One World Trade Center take shape since construction started. So today when I got the chance […]
Because of today’s significance (and because it will be my future office in a few months!) I was reading up […]
While browsing the fantastic GigaPan image in Time.com’s amazing story about the new World Trade Center, I zoomed into the […]
I came across this on Reddit. I can’t vouch for the validity, but it seems like a cool idea. Would […]
I’m posting this for nothing else than my own personal reference. Where to Get the Best Nachos in NYC | […]
Earlier today a truck burst into flames on the Queensboro bridge. Luckily nobody was injured. Fast forward to tonight while […]
This is the personal office of billionaire hedge fund manager Steven Cohen. It’s in the penthouse of One Beacon Court, […]
If you’re in New York this Thursday, check out this event at The Strand with authors Iris Smyles and Dave […]
Apparently this morning one of the PATH train escalators in New Jersey started going in reverse, and fast. The video […]
If you like to gaze at beautiful homes you can never afford, The Location Department website is for you. What […]
Looks like they’re going for two floors every two weeks. Not too shabby.
Looks like more progress in the last two days…
Since it’s official that Condé Nast is moving into 1 World Trade Center (formerly known as the Freedom Tower, formerly […]
I snapped this out of the back window of Snooth’s new offices in midtown. I highly recommend checking out the […]
Proof positive why I should start carrying my Flip video camera around more often. I have no idea who this […]
As seen in SoHo on my way to work two days ago. As a bizarre complement to this photograph, the […]
I saw a filming of “Life on Mars” the other day while on my way to work. I snapped a […]
Say it ain’t so! Looks like they’re finally pulling the plug on that aging Sony PSP billboard on Houston Street.
I had a wonderful and totally not-terrifying experience at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday.
Today I spotted what looks to be another Banksy painting in SoHo, on Broadway and Howard (it’s facing the green […]
As the guy who designed the original NYC Condom, my heart sank this afternoon when I saw about a hundred […]
I spotted this on Broome Street today. For whatever reason, these pieces of wood were covering an open doorway in […]
Living in Chinatown has been fun so far. But having to watch the butcher deliver pig carcuses to the Chinese […]
I spotted this DeLorean on my commute yesterday. Even though it’s a simple design, I still think the LeLorean is […]
I saw this little bit of high-brow billboard modification while waiting for the B train in Chinatown yesterday, and what […]
Yesterday marked the official launch of our teen-focused social marketing campaign for the NYC Department of Health. The campaign centers […]
I had a pretty exciting adventure yesterday afternoon. While taking pictures for an upcoming project I found myself at one […]
I wish I’d gotten a better picture of this, but on Saturday I saw a taxi with a digital camera […]
I saw this printer sitting out on the street a few weeks ago. I love the subtle irony here, assuming […]
This is an actual cake that was spotted in Chinatown last weekend. I shot it from two different angles so […]
Today marks the launch of our “Marie from the Bronx” anti-smoking campaign for the New York City Health Department. If […]
Creating a progressive and abstract print ad can be a good thing. But creating an ad that’s so abstract that […]
Has anyone else noticed that the displays on the new NYC subways seem to use Apple’s Keynote presentation software? If […]
Well, I can scratch off another item on my life’s to-do list. Our latest anti-smoking commercials we created at DCF […]
I noticed something extremely creepy in the West Village last night. I gazed into an upscale townhouse and was shocked […]
As far as advertising photography is concerned, there are two main types that stand out for me. The first type […]
It looks like the homeless awareness campaign we did at DCF advertising is finally being posted around the city. And […]
A sign of the times.
I spotted this customized Wet Paint sign last night on 14th and 6th. Can anyone offer any insight into just […]
Ok, thanks for everyone’s input on the caption contests. I’ve given it some thought, and here’s the deal. Caption contests […]
Thanks to this tutorial, I was able to combine some of my Flickr photos with a custom Google map, officially […]
While leaving work today I was slightly miffed to discover that the 6 train was out of commission due to […]
I noticed something funny in the window at St. Vincent’s hospital this evening. View it large…you’ll find it.
Recently at a work-related shoot at Shea Stadium, I noticed something that seemed a little out of place in the […]
What rhymes with “fart” but doesn’t have an “f” in it? Right. Art!!! Writer, filmmaker, artist, and former roommate Michael […]
I took tons of photos at the marathon today. Click on the thumbnail to view the images large and help […]
A New York City cop left his receipt at an ATM in front of me today. I couldn’t help my […]
A re-post from last year:
It’s not every day that one gets to see a Mercedes on fire. But for me, Friday was that day. […]
Anyone else a little concerned about these?
This is real.
Next time you’re looking at an NYC subway map, look really (I mean really) closely at the City Hall stop […]
While watching Ghostbusters this weekend, it occurred to me that “Holy crap – the Ghostbusters’ fire house is right by […]
Photos from before and after a big snowstorm.
First, I let Todd Barry have it. Now Crossy: it’s YOUR turn!!!!! Compare these two “fan photos” of David Cross. […]
Tonight as I got off the subway I was greeted with thick black smoke, blazing sirens, and thousands of people […]
Here are the photos from the legendary Tinkle Booze Cruise Click here