Can you really have your cake and eat it? According to Michael Pollan, you can. In this fun RSA Short, Pollan explains how to eat well by following one simpl…
Friends, we need your help.
Last week, Gregory Warner and David Kestenbaum reported on the afterlife of American clothes. Lots of t-shirts from used clothes bin in the U.S. eventually make their way to sub-Saharan Africa.
Including the one above. From Jennifer’s bat-mitzvah from November 20, 1993. We want to find Jennifer.
What we Know: Jennifer’s bat mitzvah was on November 20, 1993. The theme may have been cartoons. And there’s a nametag in the shirt labeled Rachel Williams.
That’s all we know. Which is where you come in.
Do you know Rachel? Do you know Jennifer? Help us solve the mystery. Please email us at email@example.com, and put “that’s my shirt” in the subject line. And please share this as much as you can. It would be really awesome to find Jennifer and talk to her about her bat mitzvah t-shirt’s journey.
Creative typography by Ray Johnson…follow the key to spell out the text. we could assume the writing in pencil to be Johnson’s…another flyer from the mid-1950s.—ds
Ray Johnson created a series of promotional flyers for his design practice, These were created in the mid-1950s when he resided at 2 Dover St. in Manhattan. —ds
Welcome to the New York City Ballet. Ballet Master in Chief, Peter Martins, and NYCBâs company members discuss what it takes to climb through the company ranks.Aol has a new video series about what its like to be a member of the NYC Ballet! I always wonder what its like to be a ballerina! Tights! And tutus! And ballerina hair! Oh my!
I might need to get cable for the first time since moving out of my parents’ house in 2001.
A+ tattoo; would get
A cartoon by Barbara Smaller. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/1fQygY9