On Wednesday after I had breakfast at Chelsea Market, I visted the new Whitney Museum. The museum just opened its new downtown location in the Meatpacking District, right next to the High Line on Friday May 1st. There was a long line outside the museum and I prepared myself to be waiting to get in for … More NYC. Recap and favourite Instagrams. May 2015 – Day 6-10
visiting Venice Beach as i said before: i fell in love with venice beach the second i got there. this place is so special and i can’t wait to go back. unfortunately my bank account won’t allow me to do that anytime soon, but i’ll keep dreaming of it. my best memories of the 3 days i spent there … More 2012. 2 of my travel highlights.
seeing a house like this and a shop window like that love notes on park chairs spotting some random street art and a burger from shake shack: 1. seen on 5th avenue 2. seen on crosby street in soho 3. at bryant park 4. flaming cactus around astor place 5. shake shack at madison … More nyc. the little things that make me happy.
1. the ice skating rink at rockefeller center / 2. lincoln center / 3. tiles for america / 4. shake shack at madison square park / 5. graffiti at 5pointz / 6. harlem / 7. inside the metropolitan museum of art / 8. 9/11 memorial / 9. statue of liberty seen from battery park / … More last weeks phone & twitter pics.
“Over the past three decades, the celebrated Spanish sculptor Jaume Plensa has established an international reputation for creating public sculptures that are both monumental in scale and emotionally engaging in subject. Working in a wide variety of materials, Plensa has invigorated the practice of figurative sculpture with works that examine the intersection of the human … More nyc. echo. jaume plensa.
people watching the us open at madison square park in september 2011.