• If NYC's Richest Inhabitants Lived In The Tallest Buildings
  • Posted 8 months ago by staff · culture · 5384 Views
  • Artist and researcher Nickolay Lamm - who previously demonstrated what WiFi signals might look like if you could see them - has now created a map of New York City in which wealth is mapped directly on to the skyline. The higher the average net wealth of the area, the taller he has made the (green) buildings. As you may expect, the Upper East and West Sides feature large skyscraper-esque structures, almost creating a giant wall around Central Park. The rest of the city remains relatively flat in comparison, until wealth increases once again in downtown near the financial district.

    Source: Animal

    • Shocker
    • NSNssss Posted 8 months ago · 2 Reply
    • pointless. I hope this took 5 minutes on sketch up.
    • actually talented Posted 8 months ago · 19 Reply
    • Awful idea
    • James Posted 8 months ago · 4 Reply
  • Supreme Autumn/Winter 2013 Lookbook
  • 8 months ago · style · 2 Comments · 4676 Views
  • Supreme have introduced their latest Autumn/Winter collection with a strong but simple lookbook which blends vibrant prints with 90s-inspired pieces such as quilted bomber jackets, oversized fur coats, and logo emblazoned letterman jackets. Some timeless staples also make an appearance,...
  • Marshall Monitor Headphone Competition Winner
  • 8 months ago · music · 3 Comments · 4025 Views
  • After receiving over a thousand entries in just under a week, we're happy to announce the winner of our Marshall Monitor headphones competition is Eric Boucher from Ontario, Canada. For those of your who weren't lucky this time...
  • Music Video Monday
  • 8 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 4292 Views
  • The latest music videos from Youth Lagoon, Laura Groves, No Age, Hookworms, and To Kill A King. Directed by Stephen McNally, unknown, Deant Spunt & Randy Randall, Sam Wiehl, and Jack King, respectively. Enjoy!
  • Video: A Short Film About Overconsumption
  • 8 months ago · film · 17 Comments · 28695 Views
  • Le Surconsommation is a six-minute snippet of Samsara, a 2011 documentary directed by Ron Fricke and produced by Mark Magidson. The film took over four years to produce and was shot with three 70mm cameras (chosen for their superior...