News Tagged: New York Times
For this week's Throwback Thursday post we take a look back at a New York Times article on Revs and Cost
from nearly 20 years ago. This tag team was not only two of the most prolific graffiti writers in the history of New York but also two of the most innovative.
©12ozProphet - Thursday April 26, 2012
Filmmaker Casey Neistat
wrote an op-ed for the New York Times
with an accompanying video showing just how easy it is to steal a bike in NYC.
©12ozProphet - Tuesday March 13, 2012
The New York Times has a feature today on John Conn
, a widely unknown photographer who extensively documented daily life on the New York City Subways in the late 70's and early 80's. You can read the full article on the NY Times website
. Check out this beautiful portfolio of John Conn's work below.
©12ozProphet - Sunday October 30, 2011
This past Friday The New York Times reported on the reopening of The Children's Museum of the Arts
located at 103 Charlton Street in lower Manhattan. The inaugural exhibition, “Make Art (in) Public,” consists, surprisingly, of mostly adult work: sketches, photos, models and actual pieces by artists like Keith Haring
, Christo and Jeanne-Claude
©12ozProphet - Sunday October 23, 2011
, four NYC subway stations will get fully working cell phone service. It will be a huge relief to most New Yorkers who have been annoyed for years by not being able to use their phones while underground. The pilot program will introduce cellphone reception to the 23rd St and 8th Ave station and 14th St and 8th, 7th, and 6th Ave...
©12ozProphet - Tuesday September 27, 2011
A recent New York Times article
focused on the apparent upsurge of graffiti in cities across America. From Portland to Miami, New York to Los Angles, city officials and police departments across the country fear they are fighting a losing war against graffiti despite the fact that millions of dollars have been dedicated to graffiti eradication....
©12ozProphet - Friday August 05, 2011