Tag: fifth avenue

Remember that video of the driver who hit every green light from 1st street to 125th street on 1st Avenue? Well, somebody did a similar thing on Fifth Avenue, hitting 55 consecutive green lights in a row early one morning.


Photo: Public Art Fund At the corner of 60th and Fifth Avenue in NYC, there is a tumbling 6-seater Piper Seneca created by Paola Pivi that is on display until August 26th. If you catch it at the right angle, like the folks above, then you can seemingly create a photo that looks like it […]

If the classic arcade game Frogger was created today and based on actual traffic patterns here in NYC, this is the kind of game it’d be.


If you haven’t seen them already, The New York Times has two images (posted here) of the new Spring 2009 campaign for Saks Fifth Avenue designed by Shepard Fairey. The designs are very much reminiscent of the work of Rodchenko, an artist often associated with Constructivist culture and design. The bags may not jump out […]