Rochester, New York artist Dave Pollot transforms paintings from thrift shops by adding pop culture characters and objects to old paintings. He incorporates new elements and tries to keep the original integrity of the painting.
It’s been a crazy year for snow in 2021. The New Yorker once again illustrates the sentiment across the nation. The snow out there will come and go, but snow in here, we know. So we will put this snow away and play with it another day.
One day you will be able to drive from New York to London by car. Most people will think it might be by an underwater… Read More »Highway Tzar: The Longest Highway Never Created by Man
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bB7obyuuY8] Charlie Brown and the gang come to life as a group of dancers reenact the famous Christmas holiday dance sequence from the cartoon… Read More »Peanuts Christmas Dance in New York City
I still love NY. Designer-artist Sebastian Errazuriz’s New York city studio was paralyzed after Hurricane Sandy. Unable to work and tired of watching the disaster… Read More »New York Hurricane Sandy Relief T-shirt
Batman and Jesus Christ chilling out on a roof top in New York City in 1972.
You would think kids only bully other kids. You would be wrong. Here are a pack of kids bullying Karen Huff Klein a bus monitor… Read More »Karen Huff Klein (The Bus Monitor) Deserves a Vacation!
Summer is around the corner and so is the new Chris Ware New Yorker cover.
Once you listen to the Ramones you never go back. Johnny Ramone, the Ramones’ unheralded guitarist etched a place in the human collective for many… Read More »Commando: The Autobiography of Johnny Ramone
I am getting dizzy just looking at this. Imagine cleaning windows outside the Empire State Building dangling just by a strap. Forget scaffolding, that’s how… Read More »Panefull Business: The Skyscraper Window Cleaner