Archive for December, 2009

City Art: Stephen Wiltshire, Artistic Genius

After posting the black and white aerial New York photos yesterday, we received a note from reader Mircrow about artist Stephen Wiltshire. After doing a little research we discovered his inspiring story… Stephen Wiltshire is a British artist who’s known for his amazingly detailed drawings of cityscapes. Stephen was born mute and was diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder at the age of three. At age four, Stephen was sent to a special needs school in London where he expressed an interest in drawing and began to communicate through his art, read more about his story here.
Drawings below include: New York City, Chicago, London, Venice, Sydney, Toronto, Westminster, and more.

(alot more pictures after the jump)




Urban Gent LOOK BOOK: Winter Color.

For this look I was inspired to use a mildly monochromatic color palette and splashes of color.  It all began with the blue cotton button up with tab roll-up sleeves. I chose to pair the button-up with a lighter pair of distressed jeans, these have a unique paint design. The washed-out Diesel canvas hi-tops perfectly coordinate with the jeans– creating the base of the monochromatic look. Then the golden yellow cardigan was added, along with the red scarf for additional splashes of color. An all white watch and white wayfarers were added to complete the white color palette. And finally, the brown leather bag acts as optional accessory, creating a relaxed distressed winter look.

Get the look here:

New York.

“Concrete Jungle where dreams are made of,
there’s nothing you can’t do.”

black & white photography. new york city. architect. aerial views.

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Star Trek in Auckland

I was sent these pictures a long time ago, and kept forgetting to post them. (not any longer).

Actors Karl Urban, Zachary Quinto, Chris Pine, and John Cho on the sky deck at the Premier of Star Trek at Sky City on April 9, 2009 in Auckland, New Zealand.

(alot more pictures after the jump)

2009 was definitely the year of slim fitting suits. While 2008 made slim fit an option, 2009 made slim fit  a must.

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