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.
“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:
As the fashion world continues to be obsessed with Virgil Abloh, the artistic director of menswear for Louis Vuitton and creator of Off-White, The 10,000 traveled to Chicago for “Figures of Speech,” a monumental exhibit highlighting pivotal moments in Abloh’s over 15 years in fashion, music and design.
Very few artists have been able to achieve the iconic, celebrity-like status that Andy Warhol did. The Pittsburgh native, famous for his diptychs, screen prints and soup cans that formed the backbone of an entire artistic movement, managed to embed himself into the core of pop and celebrity culture –
Since its inception 45 years ago, the Village Halloween Parade has become a pillar of Greenwich Village culture and a key annual event for New York City, attracting millions of spectators and thousands of participants from all over the world.
For artist Tauba Auerbach, the idea of dimensionality and perception are constantly being explored. Flow Separation is no exception, as Auerbach draws inspiration from fluid dynamics and forms found in wake patterns created as objects move through water.