theamericancreative:

This ad was created for the 10 year anniversary of 9/11. It’s a very strong image, but something that I felt was, from a advertising perspective, very appropriate & tasteful. Such a beautiful image, and on this milestone anniversary, we all should be thankful and in full remembrance. 

theamericancreative:

This ad was created for the 10 year anniversary of 9/11. It’s a very strong image, but something that I felt was, from a advertising perspective, very appropriate & tasteful. Such a beautiful image, and on this milestone anniversary, we all should be thankful and in full remembrance. 

arazor:

funemployed:

Oh, just a 6-Course meal served on the L Train. What did YOU do this weekend?
Quite possibly the ballsiest interpretation of the “popup restaurant” phenomenon to date: 12 guests were treated to a full 6 courses on an NYC subway commute from 8th Avenue to Canarsie, with a new dish being served every third stop. Courses were plated by teams either on the platform, or in the train itself, and served to guests on custom-built straphanger tables. The exquisitely planned and executed event went off (amazingly) without a hitch. The Great Gatsby was read, diners were stuffed, onlookers drooled. (see the full photo set here) 
The menu: 6th Avenue: Hamchi Crudo, Bone Marrow, Trout Roe, Laproaig, Sweet Lime 3rd Avenue: Foie en Brioche, Port Wine, RaisinLorimer Street: Ramp Soup, Black Garlic, Cippolini, Morel, Thyme Morgan Avenue: Petit Filet Mignon, Pomme Puree, Asparagus Bushwick Avenue: Pepper Jam, St Andre Sutter Avenue: Chocolate & Gold Leaf Panna Cotta, Raspberry Coulis
The lunch was Hosted by Michael Cirino, Daniel Castano and Andrew Rosenberg of A Razor, A Shiny Knife
Along with: Jonny Cigar – Winetology Mike Lee – Studiofeast Linda Lou – The Cheeky Chef
Full list of collaborators here: www.arazorashinyknife.com/a-casual-sunday-lunch/
Photo ©Steph Goralnick

Some beautiful photos by Steph Goralnick of our lunch on the L Train.
Spectacular shots.

What a lovely scene if I could see in person. Choosing L train as the event space could be relevant to the association of Williamsburg, or just because it’s the only train that goes smoothly with less turning? 

arazor:

funemployed:

Oh, just a 6-Course meal served on the L Train. What did YOU do this weekend?

Quite possibly the ballsiest interpretation of the “popup restaurant” phenomenon to date: 12 guests were treated to a full 6 courses on an NYC subway commute from 8th Avenue to Canarsie, with a new dish being served every third stop. Courses were plated by teams either on the platform, or in the train itself, and served to guests on custom-built straphanger tables. The exquisitely planned and executed event went off (amazingly) without a hitch. The Great Gatsby was read, diners were stuffed, onlookers drooled. (see the full photo set here) 

The menu:
6th Avenue: Hamchi Crudo, Bone Marrow, Trout Roe, Laproaig, Sweet Lime
3rd Avenue: Foie en Brioche, Port Wine, Raisin
Lorimer Street: Ramp Soup, Black Garlic, Cippolini, Morel, Thyme
Morgan Avenue: Petit Filet Mignon, Pomme Puree, Asparagus
Bushwick Avenue: Pepper Jam, St Andre
Sutter Avenue: Chocolate & Gold Leaf Panna Cotta, Raspberry Coulis

The lunch was Hosted by Michael Cirino, Daniel Castano and Andrew Rosenberg of
A Razor, A Shiny Knife

Along with:
Jonny Cigar – Winetology
Mike Lee – Studiofeast
Linda Lou – The Cheeky Chef

Full list of collaborators here: www.arazorashinyknife.com/a-casual-sunday-lunch/

Photo ©Steph Goralnick

Some beautiful photos by Steph Goralnick of our lunch on the L Train.

Spectacular shots.

What a lovely scene if I could see in person. Choosing L train as the event space could be relevant to the association of Williamsburg, or just because it’s the only train that goes smoothly with less turning? 

Fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday life.
The future that never was. [Via New York Times]

The future that never was. [Via New York Times]