Chelsea Clinton and Lily Cole Launch “Impossible” App at Apple Store

Posted by The G on March 20, 2014 under G Reviews | Be the First to Comment

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Chelsea Clinton and Lily Cole

Chelsea Clinton and Lily Cole

On March 19, 2014, Chelsea Clinton and model/actress Lily Cole discussed Lily’s new app “Impossible” at the Apple Store in SoHo, New York.  Despite the negative connotation with the title of the app, “Impossible” seeks to help connect people to find others out there with the same interests, connect people to make their impossible dreams come true (sort of like how Craig’s List offers services) and also just gives a space for people to just show their gratitude.

Chelsea Clinton

Chelsea Clinton

The information presented was quite awesome.  It gives you the feeling that there can be an self-moderated online community that seeks positivity instead of whining and bitching about all that is wrong with the world.  It also seems to present an alternative to the time wasting and ever-present negativity that you find on Facebook and Twitter.

Lily Cole

Lily Cole

On a personal note, I’ve fallen for celebrity/politician bullshit many times in the past where you see them speak (either on TV or in real life, for me mostly in real life) and they seem to be such pleasant people, but once the cameras are off and they have the chance to really ‘put their money where their mouth is’ so to speak, you see a different side of them completely.  Lily and Chelsea Clinton spent a good amount of time talking about giving gratitude and being thankful for all their blessings and moments after the talk, Clinton showed her gratitude true colors by having ZERO intention of stopping to talk to the couple of fans that were interested in meeting her.  What happened to all that gratitude she just mentioned?   Hmmmm….. The moral of the story: NEVER TRUST A POLITICIAN.  I’m grateful that I never have and I never will.  Thank you.  Thank you. Thank you.

“Raw Art” by Jeremy Penn

Posted by The G on January 25, 2013 under Artsy Fartsy | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Art by Jeremy Penn.

Jean Shrimpton by Jeremy Penn

Jean Shrimpton by Jeremy Penn

Artist Jeremy Penn has an eye for beauty and it certainly shows in his latest exhibit “Raw Art.”  For this exhibit, Jeremy Penn lets the canvases ‘hang loose’ so to speak as they have not been stretched or framed.  As a result, they fly free with their vivid colors and when you see their placement on the walls of Parisian clothing brand Askel in SoHo, you will see a gorgeous mix of art and fashion.

Kate Moss by Jeremy Penn

Kate Moss by Jeremy Penn

Askel Paris is located at 311 West Broadway in New York.   Do not miss this exhibit!  After the jump, see a photo of me with the artist.

Pablo Picasso by Jeremy Penn

Pablo Picasso by Jeremy Penn

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ASVP – In The Groove

Posted by The G on November 22, 2011 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G.  Art by ASVP.

ASVP In The Groove

ASVP In The Groove

That doesn’t look like it was easy!  Respect!

ASVP

Oh Captain My Captain in SoHo

Posted by The G on November 8, 2011 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photos by G. Art by Oh Captain My Captain.

Oh Captain My Captain

Oh Captain My Captain

It’s always nice to see OCMC, Oh Captain My Captain when I am out and about in SoHo.

If this is your first exposure to OCMC, read an interview with OCMC and G!

OCMC

Leghead Loves Wall Street

Posted by The G on November 6, 2011 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photo by G.

Leghead Loves Wall Street

Leghead Loves Wall Street

I guess we can say that Leghead is part of the 1% that also loves Wall Street.

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