Art

Double Takes: Unofficial Pop-Culture Map of NYC: I Screen You Screen

Kyle and Courtney Harmon have a great thing going with their Etsy shop I Screen You Screen. My favorite piece is their Unofficial Pop-Culture Map of New York City. This comprehensive guide to the city’s most famous real and fictional sights includes locations like Central Perk from Friends and the Ninja Turtles Headquarters. (Photos via …

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Double Takes: Over the Weekend

Winter has barely made its way to Korea. I spent the weekend enjoying the lingering pleasant weather. I took a long walk through some unexplored neighborhoods where I stumbled upon the Mr. Toilet House, visited the local art museum for an East Asia exhibit, and feasted on oysters (loads and loads of them).

Double Takes: The Street Aesthetic of New York City: Christian Andersen

The Street Aesthetic of New York City, by Danish artist Christian Andersen, is a wonderful montage of street level scenes from the artist’s travels. I also happen to think The XX work splendidly as the soundtrack of this short film. Be sure to check out the companion video featuring the city of Berlin. (found via …

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