25 2 / 2013

humansofnewyork:

I am a street photographer in New York City. Several months ago, I was approached by a representative of DKNY who asked to purchase 300 of my photos to hang in their store windows “around the world.” They offered me $15,000. A friend in the industry told me that $50 per photo was not nearly enough to receive from a company with hundreds of millions of dollars of revenue. So I asked for more money. They said “no.”Today, a fan sent me a photo from a DKNY store in Bangkok. The window is full of my photos. These photos were used without my knowledge, and without compensation.I don’t want any money. But please REBLOG this post if you think that DKNY should donate $100,000 on my behalf to the YMCA in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. That donation would sure help a lot of deserving kids go to summer camp. I’ll let you guys know if it happens.

humansofnewyork:

I am a street photographer in New York City. Several months ago, I was approached by a representative of DKNY who asked to purchase 300 of my photos to hang in their store windows “around the world.” They offered me $15,000. A friend in the industry told me that $50 per photo was not nearly enough to receive from a company with hundreds of millions of dollars of revenue. So I asked for more money. They said “no.”

Today, a fan sent me a photo from a DKNY store in Bangkok. The window is full of my photos. These photos were used without my knowledge, and without compensation.

I don’t want any money. But please REBLOG this post if you think that DKNY should donate $100,000 on my behalf to the YMCA in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. That donation would sure help a lot of deserving kids go to summer camp. I’ll let you guys know if it happens.

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29 1 / 2013

helloyoucreatives:

“Break in case or fabulous.” Amazing street art that will make your day.

helloyoucreatives:

“Break in case or fabulous.” Amazing street art that will make your day.

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06 1 / 2013

daveshumka:

I love all these James Bond movies.
The Negative Man In The Fancy Necklace
I Love Communism
The $24,000 Fart
Lightning Circle
Two Bathroom Minimum
The Mysterious Postage Stamp
Two-Finger Ring
Diaper Grave
The $24,000 Pistol
Heart Mafia
The Constant Gardener
The Badly-Disguised Briefcase
The Cat With Dreadlocks
Poison Eye
Sun Deodorant
Kill’s ID
The $24,000 CBS
No Skulls Allowed
Globo-Chevron
Grave Cyclone
The Wheel From The Price Is Right In A Stussy Crown
Raindrop Thingy
Trampled By Clouds

daveshumka:

I love all these James Bond movies.

  • The Negative Man In The Fancy Necklace
  • I Love Communism
  • The $24,000 Fart
  • Lightning Circle
  • Two Bathroom Minimum
  • The Mysterious Postage Stamp
  • Two-Finger Ring
  • Diaper Grave
  • The $24,000 Pistol
  • Heart Mafia
  • The Constant Gardener
  • The Badly-Disguised Briefcase
  • The Cat With Dreadlocks
  • Poison Eye
  • Sun Deodorant
  • Kill’s ID
  • The $24,000 CBS
  • No Skulls Allowed
  • Globo-Chevron
  • Grave Cyclone
  • The Wheel From The Price Is Right In A Stussy Crown
  • Raindrop Thingy
  • Trampled By Clouds

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17 12 / 2012

designaemporter:

Mmm, bright colours and lovely shapes.

16 12 / 2012

This really is a gorgeous photo.

This really is a gorgeous photo.

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13 12 / 2012

krisstraub:

Thanks for sharing this!

krisstraub:

Thanks for sharing this!

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13 12 / 2012


CHORES
What’s more frightening than an unconvincing animatronic gigantic great white shark? A giant pile of ironing, that’s what. Well, maybe. Just a silly idea I had.
UPDATE - print is now available here
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CHORES

What’s more frightening than an unconvincing animatronic gigantic great white shark? A giant pile of ironing, that’s what. Well, maybe. Just a silly idea I had.

UPDATE - print is now available here

FInd me on
Twitter
Tumblr
Portfolio
Facebook 

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22 10 / 2012

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13 10 / 2012

beatonna:

Heya hey!
I need some travel advice.  Are you from England?  Have you been there?  Did you like it?  It’s the best, isn’t it.
The Leeds Comic Art Festival, Thought Bubble, is happening in November, and both Scott C. and myself are going.  However, we are doing something that I have NEVER DONE at a comic show, which is actually sticking around and seeing some things!  (people think I travel a lot and get to see things but that’s not true, all you ever see is airports, convention centers and hotels)
So we are in England for about a week and I am very excited!  Have you any places to recommend?  We are starting in London, visiting Cornwall (if we can fit that in) and then headed up to Leeds for the show.  I’d love to hear any of the places you like best!  And also places to stay!  We are thinking pretty and small and interesting places, not so much big and touristy.  I lived for a year in New York and never bothered with the Empire State Building but I did like this one cafe with a fireplace.
And of course you know, historical things are up this traveling alley.  I hear England has some … history…
If we end up going to a place you suggested I’ll send you a little sketch of the visit!  You can mail any ideas here - beatonna @ gmail dot com
By the way, the coffee shop with the fireplace is called House of Small Wonder (adorable) but unfortunately, it looks like they’ve moved.  Ain’t it always the way!
See you in November!

Having been to University in Leeds, grown up in Liverpool and been to Manchester a million times I think you’re in for a treat visiting any of these places. Leeds is 2 hours on a train from Liverpool, 1 hour from Manchester. The weather might be a bit rubbish for walks or cycling, but you could also check out the Transpenine Trail and see if there’s anything that interests you along the way: http://www.transpenninetrail.org.uk/template.asp?ID=513&parentID=478 Chester is a lovely town with loads of history - http://www.visitchester.com/things-to-do “… see the remains of its Roman heritage as well as its unique Medieval Rows and the spectacular Chester Cathedral, or the Roman Amphitheatre.” As others have said, York is really close to Leeds and also full of history: http://www.visityork.org/seeanddo/Hope this helps!

beatonna:

Heya hey!

I need some travel advice.  Are you from England?  Have you been there?  Did you like it?  It’s the best, isn’t it.

The Leeds Comic Art Festival, Thought Bubble, is happening in November, and both Scott C. and myself are going.  However, we are doing something that I have NEVER DONE at a comic show, which is actually sticking around and seeing some things!  (people think I travel a lot and get to see things but that’s not true, all you ever see is airports, convention centers and hotels)

So we are in England for about a week and I am very excited!  Have you any places to recommend?  We are starting in London, visiting Cornwall (if we can fit that in) and then headed up to Leeds for the show.  I’d love to hear any of the places you like best!  And also places to stay!  We are thinking pretty and small and interesting places, not so much big and touristy.  I lived for a year in New York and never bothered with the Empire State Building but I did like this one cafe with a fireplace.

And of course you know, historical things are up this traveling alley.  I hear England has some … history…

If we end up going to a place you suggested I’ll send you a little sketch of the visit!  You can mail any ideas here - beatonna @ gmail dot com

By the way, the coffee shop with the fireplace is called House of Small Wonder (adorable) but unfortunately, it looks like they’ve moved.  Ain’t it always the way!


See you in November!

Having been to University in Leeds, grown up in Liverpool and been to Manchester a million times I think you’re in for a treat visiting any of these places. Leeds is 2 hours on a train from Liverpool, 1 hour from Manchester.

The weather might be a bit rubbish for walks or cycling, but you could also check out the Transpenine Trail and see if there’s anything that interests you along the way: http://www.transpenninetrail.org.uk/template.asp?ID=513&parentID=478

Chester is a lovely town with loads of history - http://www.visitchester.com/things-to-do “… see the remains of its Roman heritage as well as its unique Medieval Rows and the spectacular Chester Cathedral, or the Roman Amphitheatre.”

As others have said, York is really close to Leeds and also full of history: http://www.visityork.org/seeanddo/

Hope this helps!

01 6 / 2012

Yay, flame sticks!

maaku87:

Saw this today.