• Inside Look: Annie Leibovitz's New York Townhouse
  • Posted 17 months ago by staff · Art & Design · 14064 Views
  • Currently on the market with an asking price of $33 million USD, this is the New York home of famed photographer Annie Leibovitz. Located in one of Manhattan's most expensive neighbourhoods - West Village - the home consists of three combined townhouses and features a simple, stripped-back, and elegant interior. While Leibovitz states she is selling the property to allow her to move closer to her daughter's school upstate, it is believed that the sale is to resolve some financial difficulties which have been ongoing since 2007. Looking for a three-part home and want to help Annie out? Here you go.

    • Wish I had the money! Love it! Wow
    • jon clanton Posted 17 months ago · 8
    • true!...
    • Buddy Posted 16 months ago · -2 Reply
    • wow, this is fabulous! i love it
    • elly Posted 17 months ago · 4 Reply
    • Great! I want it.
    • Alejandro Castro Posted 17 months ago · 2 Reply
    • Beautiful. But stupidly over priced.
    • Jack Posted 17 months ago · 14 Reply
  • Submission Sunday
  • 17 months ago · Art & Design · 11 Comments · 8954 Views
  • Currently attending the Savannah College of Art and Design, Rebekah Campbell is a young photographer currently shooting for various publications as well as undertaking personal projects and travelling as much as possible. While some of her work can seem a little over-processed and...
  • The Berrics Rebirth
  • 17 months ago · culture · 2 Comments · 6818 Views
  • Following from a lot of quotes about positive change and moving on from Steve Berra, as well as some videos titled "RIP" featuring the skatepark getting blown and smashed to bits, The Berrics have unveiled their brand new skatepark set in an entirely new location. Featuring Mountain...
  • Video: M83 - Wait
  • 17 months ago · music · 2 Comments · 7058 Views
  • French band M83 have revealed the music video for "Wait", directed by Fleur & Manu in association with The Creators Project. The video is the last in a trilogy made by the band in collaboration with directors Fleur & Manu throughout 2012. Speaking about the video they said: "'Wait'...