Fotografiska, New York City’s newest museum dedicated to photography, was founded in Stockholm in 2010 and opened its third location in a gorgeous landmark building in the Flatiron district in December 2019.
For singer/songwriter Trevor Hall, music is not just a passion, it’s his life’s work. Hall’s oeuvre, a unique blend of roots and folk, is further inspired by his own yoga and meditative practices, paired with an ongoing fascination of Eastern Mysticism.
New York City’s creative community has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic in diverse and meaningful ways. Poster House, PRINT Magazine, Time Square Arts, and Out Of Home advertisers joined forces to clad New York City’s billboards in thoughtful PSAs created by over 20 designers and artists, including Paula Scher, Zipeng Zhu, David Plunkert and Milton Glaser.
Once again photographer Devin Allen finds himself holding the lens of America. Today, Allen’s ongoing documentation of the Black Lives Matter movement has landed him on the cover of TIME Magazine, the second of his career (Allen’s photograph of the 2015 Baltimore Uprising made the cover of TIME Magazine in May 2015).
Staying home for extended periods of time paired with weeks of social distancing undoubtedly takes a toll on our mental wellbeing.
In our ongoing series featuring the design and technical aspects of our wireless earphones, headphones and speaker, we speak with members of our Product team to learn more about what goes into the engineering of our premium audio products.
Photographer Tawny Chatmon, born in Japan, raised in Germany and based in Maryland, creates portraits infused with the gold and symbolism of Gustav Klimt and inspired by her children and her desire to contribute something important to the world.
“Bill Graham and The Rock & Roll Revolution” with New-York Historical Society’s Cristian Petru Panaite
The New-York Historical Society recently opened Bill Graham and The Rock & Roll Revolution, an exhibition centered around one of the most influential concert promoters of all time.
The history and evolution of basketball is especially significant to the city of New York, which continues to host the game in its various iterations, from the street all the way to Madison Square Garden and Barclays Center.
A New York City institution and global cultural hub for modern art, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) recently reopened after long anticipation and closing for four months.
With a career spanning over seven decades, French designer and visionary Pierre Cardin is a force to be reckoned with. “Pierre Cardin: