Happy Gay Pride!

Posted by The G on June 30, 2013 under GNN | Be the First to Comment

Photo by G.

Empire State Building on June 29, 2013

Empire State Building on June 29, 2013

Remember, celebrate your pride, your individuality and yourself EVERY DAY!!!

If ANYONE tries to make you feel like crap for expressing your true desires, tell them to FUCK OFF!

Happy Gay Pride!

xx

Homo Riot – The Global Riot

Posted by The G on September 9, 2011 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photo by G.  Stickers by Homo Riot.

Freedom! Homo Riot at the Statue of Liberty

Artist Homo Riot is working on one of his most ambitious projects ever – The Global Riot.  Homo Riot asked fans to participate in a month long world takeover whereby interested parties were sent stickers and wheat pastes to put up in their cities.  If you’ve been following Homo Riot on Twitter or checking his official site, you already know that photos have been sent in from all corners of the world.  The goal is to bring, peace, love and tolerance and also cool photo ops!  I did my part as you can see above and below.  The above picture is at a fake statue of liberty and below, another fake symbol of freedom – The Empire State Building.  Team Homo!

Homo Riot - Empire State Building

Homo Riot - Empire State Building

 

 

¢ommon ¢ents In New York

Posted by The G on July 4, 2011 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photo by G.  Art by ¢ommon ¢ents.

¢ommon ¢ents in New York

Nothing says freedom to me like following your art and finding work from LA based artist ¢ommon  ¢ents in front of the Empire State Building in New York.

Did you catch that interview I did with ¢ommon ¢ents recently?  You didn’t?  Today is your lucky day because all you have to do is click on this link and it will open in a new window.  Make sense?

 

Happy 80th Birthday, Empire State Building

Posted by The G on May 1, 2011 under GNN | Be the First to Comment

Photo by G.

The iconic New York landscape. Empire State Building is in the center.

80 years ago on May 1, 1931, The Empire State Building in New York opened its doors to the public for the first time.  As a transplant to New York, I have to admit, it never gets old looking at the historic building.  When you are out and about on your adventures in the city, the building can be seen from so many different views reaching near and far – and all of them are breathtaking.  I am not a fan of doing touristy things when I travel to different cities, but I highly recommend a trip to the top of this iconic building.  The views are extremely gorgeous!  Happy birthday ESB!  Shout out to Gothamist for the tip!

Tie-Died Empire State Building

Posted by The G on October 20, 2009 under Artsy Fartsy | Be the First to Comment

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Tie-Dyed Empire State Building

Tie-Dyed Empire State Building

In the city of blinding lights, also known as New York, the Empire State Building decided to dedicate their colors tonight (October 19, 2009) in honor of an upcoming exhibit by the Grateful Dead.  For one night only, the ever changing lighting scheme of this famous landmark has gone tie-died to honor the Dead.  In reality, they just used a bunch of colors and I must say, it’s pretty cool looking.  If you were walking around the city, you don’t worry that your hamburger was spiked with LSD.  However, it probably contained other things in it that are less than safe for consumption.

You can read more about the exhibit here.

Thanks to someone fabulous for the tip.

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