Visit Madison Square Park for the spring/summer installation by New York–based artist Orly Genger. The installation is called “Red, Yellow and Blue,” and features intricately hand-knotted nautical rope covered in paint. It will be on display from May 2nd through September 8th. via nycgov
Here’s the dotspot we shoot of the new installation at Madison Square Park. Go check it out if you’re in NYC.
Farming the museum.
Windowfarms are vertical indoor food gardens designed for city living.
Originally hacked together from water bottles and plumbing supplies, creator Britta Riley launched two successive Kickstarter projects that eventually transformed her little idea into a thriving social enterprise and successful business.
Things to see in New york City.
Yet another way to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy. 25% of profits from our online sales will go to the American Red Cross for their disaster relief.
Planning your weekend shenanigans? Check out this new app that will notify drivers within five blocks of your location.
NYC sky 8pm last night, mid-derecho.
I don’t know about you all, but I’m certainly not a fan of the summer heat. I was born and raised in San Diego, CA where humidity doesn’t exist. Sometimes I let it all get to my head, but there’s nothing like sitting in NYU’s Kimmel Center and just looking out over Washington Square Park.
“Today’s forecast… HOT”