Design Meets Nature at Hudson Woods

This story appears in “Global Generation” Volume 01 An oasis might best be described as a peaceful spot in an otherwise hectic place – an escape, however brief, offering solace: an opportunity to breathe in and recharge. Strewn along 131 lush acres of forest in the Hudson River Valley, Hudson Woods offers an opportunity for city…

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Decoding Brooklyn Street Artists FAILE

This story appears in “Global Generation” Volume 01 In the heart of Brooklyn, New York live two of the most iconic street artists of all time. Collectively known as FAILE, Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller are best recognized for their artistic renderings of pop culture collages that cover the city streets of New York. It’s the…

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ASTR: ’90s Wild Child

The ’90s were a time of upbeat, party-ready hip-hop and R&B the likes of which the world had never seen. Tapping into that era of music, with a spin of modern-day electronic dance music is New York’s very own singer and producer duo, ASTR.

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Casey Weldon

Casey Weldon’s work has meme-level appeal without sacrificing substance. Even after repeated encounters with his pieces you will find yourself noticing something new each time.

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Taking on the Masses with Photographer Elise Swopes

We live in a world where your social media number is everything. How many page hits does your blog get? How many Instagram followers do you have? What about retweets, Facebook followers? Social currency has become beyond tangible. With over 266 thousand followers, the Chicago-based Instagram phenomenon Elise Swopes or @SWOPES, has become renown for…

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