Every summer, the Upper East Side blocks off 5th Avenue from vehicles and opens the doors to several of the neighborhood’s museums (think The MET, Guggenheim, Cooper Hewitt, etc) for a free night of fun, new friends and awesome exhibits.
Now, you might be thinking, aren’t most of them free anyway? Well, the answer is yes, but this is more than just visiting a museum for free. It’s about community engagement and of course, a vehicle-free 5th Ave! Continue reading “A Night At The Museum: The 39th Annual Museum Mile”
Born in Turks and Caicos, now a New York City resident, Bradley Theodore is not yet completely a household name like some of his more famous counterparts. But, with more than 45,000 followers on Instagram, and thousands more off social media, he is quickly rising through the ranks, gaining notability and recognition right here in the Big Apple and even around the world.
Aside from his undeniably cool hair and warm personality, Bradley is most recognized for his colorful skeleton depictions on canvas in gold frames, on the walls of funky New York City establishments and of course on the facades of buildings around the city, and of course, the globe. Continue reading “Banksy Meets Basquiat – A Look Into the World of Artist Bradley Theodore”
Today was one of the most stressful, physically grueling days. From all the way uptown, to downtown, and even getting lost and taking the train in the wrong direction, it was horrible. Until, toward the very end, I saw this guy — Riz Robinson– A New York born and raised street artist who transformed his once frowned upon talent (graffiti some call it) into greatness. He’s now part of the Harlem Arts Collective, beautifying the city with murals, painting on unorthodox canvasses (old doors in particular), displaying his art from street corners, to local bars, to the finest of galleries on Park Avenue. Continue reading “Color Your World – Finding Inspiration in Your Daily Life”