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The Quest for the Perfect Cheeseburger Begins and Ends With Jarlsberg Cheese!

Jarsleberg Burger Trio
All Burger Images Courtesy of Jarlsberg

This summer, Jarlsberg launched its second annual Global Burger Awareness campaign, starring two of everyone’s summer favorites: Burgers and Cheese. As part of the campaign, Internationally acclaimed chef Elizabeth Haigh, who is considered to be one of the brightest shining stars on the London culinary scene, created four burger recipes, each with an essential story: the Northern Temptation, Nutty Mushroom Melt, Orient Cheese Express and the Korean Hot Bite.

Jarlsberg Cheese Board
Photo By Gail

The Global Burger Awareness campaign hit stores and social media, showcasing the excitement and versatility of Jarlsberg Cheese. While the campaign has officially ended, the burgers live on. Check out these international beauties!

Jarlsberg Northern Temptation Burger

The Northern Temptation  Burger, based on an exotic Swedish recipe, features regionally specific ingredients such as thinly sliced Reindeer meat, freshly Pickled Chanterelles and Lingonberries. Find the recipe Here.

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More Shark Attack Street Art By Appleton!

Shark Attack Street Art By Appleton
All Photos By Gail

Hey, remember this post? Well, it looks like this wheat paste street art of a Shark swimming through the opening of a lowercase “b” on a child’s Alphabet Block is also the work of artist/activist Appleton.

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Shark Attack Insulin Bottle!

Shark Attack Wheat Paste
Photo By Gail

During a particularly successful Street Art Safari over on 10th Avenue in the Chelsea Gallery District, I spotted this wheat paste of an Insulin Vial with a Shark on it near 22nd Street. This piece is part of a series by a diabetic artist/photographer known as Appleton who aims to increase Diabetes Awareness through his art. See more photos and read his Mission Statement at Appleton Artwork!

Pink Thing of The Day: Big Pink Sightseeing Bus

Pink Sightseeing Bus
Photos By Gail

Big Pink Sightseeing is a line of Hop On/Hop Off Tour Buses that will not only delight you with many local sights and entertain you with their knowledgeable tour guides, but when you take a Big Pink Tour you will also be supporting Breast Cancer Research around the world. For every guest riding on these distinctively Pink Buses, a contribution to the local Breast Cancer Foundation will be made by the local tour operator.

Photographed on a foggy day in the port of St John, New Brunswick, Canada, in front of a Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship!

Pink Sightseeing Bus

Photos From DIFFA’s 20th Annual Dining By Design!

DIFFA Fight Installation
All Photos By Gail

For this week’s Eye on Design, we are presenting a fabulous visual recap of the 20th annual Dining By Design event, sponsored by Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS (DIFFA).

DIFFA Signage
Event Signage Outside Pier 92, Where the Event Takes Place

Held in tandem with the Architectural Digest Design Show, Dining By Design showcases imaginative, one-of-a-kind tabletop design in a series of dazzling dining installations by internationally renowned and local talent. Items in each dining tableau, as well as one-of-a-kind original artworks, are part of a silent auction fundraiser, in which everyone can participate. As DIFFA National’s largest fundraiser, Dining By Design raises nearly a million dollars annually, with proceeds going towards grants to organizations combating HIV/AIDS.

DIFFA Signage

Please enjoy photos of a few of our favorite installations!

White Room Installation

White Room by The New School at Parsons School of Design: Meal is constructed of found materials from each borough of New York City, allowing the projected materials costs to be donated back to HIV/AIDS activism. Unified in one color, the assemblage serves as an analogy for the many New Yorkers affected by HIV/AIDS. Built by a community to give back to a community.

White Room Detail
White Room Detail

The New York Times

The New York Times Designed by Liaigre, with Douglas Little.

The New York Times

The New York Times Detail

Pratt Interior Design Movers and Shakers
Pratt Interior Design: Movers and Shakers

M Moser Associates Installation featuring the Vondom Adan Planter

M Moser Associates Installation featuring the Vondom Adan Planter (seen here as the Table Base) by Italian architect and designer Teresa Sapey, which was a featured item up for bid in the silent.

Love By Silver Lining

Interior Design Produced By Silver Lining (Love Table).

Love By Silver Lining Detail

Moss Covered Table Installation

It is unfortunate that what turns out to be my best set of photos is of an installation whose designer and associated details I somehow neglected to take note of.

Moss Covered Table

Antique mirror place settings are embedded in a natural moss-covered table surface for ‘Green’ Dining at its finest — very cool!

Reaction

Perkins and Will with Steelcase and Other Sponsors: (Re)action

One in 8 people living with HVI do not know it. The Pulley system symbolizes the human effort needed to promote awareness and prevention. Illumination is achieved through action. Active participation in the fight for prevention and cure is key for enlightenment.

Reaction
(Re)action, Detail

Cappellini Designed by Giulio Cappellini and Antonio Facco

Installation by Cappellini, Designed by Giulio Cappellini and Antonio Facco.

Cappellini Detail

Ed Granger

This showcase by Twyla featured original abstract paintings by Architect-turned-Artist Edward Granger. Mystify, (2017 ) seen above, left, was part of the auction as well.

Mystify By Ed Granger

These elegant yet comfy-looking low banquets were custom made for the installation.

Desert at Dusk lush Landscapes by Ovando

Beautiful flora including succulents, cacti and air plants were expertly arranged into pieces of living art for an entire wall of this dining space, Desert at Dusk Lush Landscapes by Ovando  (donated by Ovando and Rockwell Group). Landscapes are designed in elegant 10”x10” black plate glass boxes.
Desert at Dusk lush Landscapes by Ovando

Here’s a better look at the really fantastic desert garden wall. All plants were available to own via the silent auction.

Poltrona Frau

Furnishings by Poltrona Frau are features in this showcase designed by Benjamin Noriega Ortiz, with LASVIT Lighting and Orley Shabahang carpets.

Poltrona Frau

Here are separate, but more detailed shots of the left and the right sides of this installation. I really love the Rooster mural!

Poltrona Frau

Anteriors

Design featuring Anteriors inspired furnishings.

Anteriors Bottle Detail
Anteriors Detail Shot

Fight

Fight Club Logo-inspired Design by Gensler, featuring Knoll Furniture with assistance from contract furnishings company EvensonBest.

Gensler and Knoll with Evenson BestRoche Bobois By Gensler Full

Known for its sofas and sectionals, French designer furniture company Roche Bobois provided the  vibrantly-colored cushioned seating that covers the walls of this dining installation, created by Gensler.

Roche Bobois By Gensler

What an original, wildly imaginative design approach!

Roche Bobois By Gensler

Projection of Ocean on Scrim

The immersive, 360-degree scrim over the table features a kinetic projection of ocean waves, so that you can feel like you’re dining at the beach! Excellent!

DIFFA Signage

Find out more about DIFFA and its sponsored events, at Diffa Dot Org!

Pink Thing of The Day: On Wednesdays We Wear Pink Swag

Wear Pink Wednesdays

Wear Pink Wednesdays: It is a Thing. Right now, you can get this fun On Wednesdays We Wear Pink design by Kuitsuku — and TheClothingPeople.com featuring the Jigglypuff Pokemon — in a wide variety of T-Shits, Long Sleeved T-Shirts, Sweatshirts and Hoodies, just in time for the cooler weather. Prices start at just $19.95! Get Your Pink On now at This Link!

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Fountain at Love Park, Philadelphia

Pink Fountain
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Love Park (official name: JFK Plaza) is a plaza located in Center City, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The park is nicknamed Love Park for Robert Indiana’s Love sculpture which overlooks the plaza. The Love Park fountain is often dyed colors throughout the year to commemorate or celebrate events. Here is has been dyed Pink as the kickoff for Breast Cancer Awareness Month (annually in October).