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The unusual detail in this set, the GE Model 21C134 (1960) shows how television manufacturers tried to differentiate their products while selling essentially the same thing. The controls have been moved to the top, while the oversize wheels and large handle make the set easy to move.
Continue reading Eye On Design: GE Television Set, Model 21C134 (Circa 1960)
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I saw this truck parked right across the street from the First Street Green Art Park when I was there a couple of weeks ago filming This Guy.
It caught my eye, and I thought maybe it would incite a few blog hits and also make a worthwhile Instagram post. I like the Human Hand versus the Demon Hand. Nice touch.
I’ve no idea if this design is the work of an amateur, or if it was created by an artist whose name is already associated with painting street art graffiti on cars and vans, like This Guy. If you know anything about it, please feel free to enlighten me in the comments!
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Group of Four Trees (1969-72 ) by artist Jean Dubuffet is a black and white sculpture standing just in front of the black and white Chase Manhattan Bank building. The similarities between the sculpture and building, however, stop there. Continue reading Group of Four Trees by Jean Dubuffet at 1 Chase Manhattan Plaza
Fresh & Fast Double Cheeseburger. Yum.
New Yorkers will stand in line for anything. This explains why there is generally an hours-long wait (rain or shine) at the Shake Shack burger stand located in Madison Square Park. The thing is, hype is a huge turn off for me and I refuse to wait 90 minutes for a burger. Luckily, there is an alternative for those looking to procure a delicious, fresh Hamburger, Fries and a Shake without having to invest the better part of the day, and it’s just few blocks east: Fresh & Fast Burger on 23rd Street between Park and Lexington Avenues. Continue reading Fresh & Fast Burger: Giving Shake Shack a Run for The Money
Oh, wow! I remember seeing this Mystery Date board game commercial when I was a wee lass, because I am one hundred years old. If only dating in real life were as much fun as they make it seem in this game. *Sigh*