For almost half a century, Frank Larson’s photographs of New York City sat undeveloped in an attic until it was unearthed in 2011. Today, the late photographer’s black-and-white photos of everyday life in the Big Apple offers a rare glimpse of the ‘city that never sleeps.’
Hope you brought an extra pair of britches ladies, because the 3rd Edition of the New York City Taxi Driver Calendar just dropped.
Every year since its inception back in 1992, Canstruction has been drawing attention to the plight of the hungry by showcasing sculptures made of non-perishable canned goods by New York City’s top architecture and engineering design firms.
Referred to by many as the world’s capital, New York City is simply one of the loveliest cities in the entire globe. With its dazzling lights, stunning architecture, and towering skyscrapers, the “Big Apple” is truly a thing of urban beauty. Somehow, though, it’s even more gorgeous when seen from atop.
Parents nowadays have endless snapshots of their children thanks to the digital age but while we are generally interested in taking a picture of our toddlers, Diego Acosta Lopez had an interesting idea altogether. The New York-based photographer and dad of 2 year old Ignacio attached a GoPro inside his toddler’s stroller and set it up to take a photo every 10 seconds for the series Stroller.
While on an assignment for Men’s Health Magazine, photographer Vincent Laforet flew 7,500 feet above New York City to capture these stunning night time photos. “It is both exhilarating and terrifying all at once,” Laforet told Gizmodo. “Let’s just start off by saying this was the scariest helicopter “photo mission” of my career. And the most beautiful.” We’re inclined to agree.
The cabdrivers of the Big Apple are turning up the heat for the second consecutive year with the NYC Taxi Drivers 2015 Calendar. Phil Kirkman and Shannon McLaughlin gather the 13 unlikely models for a charitable cause benefiting University Settlement, a settlement house on the Lower East Side that provides over 30,000 immigrants with housing and education programs.