intersection 01.9.13

Newww.York
Every Person in New York

THE MORNING LINE
New parking signage
— nice job, Michael Bierut/Pentagram!
[via @printmag]




Photographer Evan Joseph makes magic with the help of a chopper.



He's a chef, she works for Conde Nast. Together they're… (cue the theme song) Smith & Ratliff. The blog chronicles their New York City adventures with great visuals and plenty of charm.



And speaking of food and charm: chef/owner Amanda Cohen of Dirt Candy has a blog that's almost as irresistible as her cooking.



7 Bucks is a free iPhone app that works on the premise that if you have the $7, they've got a good deal for you from a local business.



How the Neighborhoods of Manhattan Got Their Names,
including Hell's Kitchen, pictured above, circa 1890.



12 Horrible Plans for New York That (Thankfully) Never Happened



Saving New York is a timelapse film by Jarrod Valliere with a Bobby Kennedy speech and a… bombastic James Horner score.


Jason Polan started Every Person in New York in March of 2008. He plans on working on the project until it is finished. Look for Every Person in New York on Tuesdays in MUG and daily at Jason's site.


Woman in Grand Central Station


Church Street (from 2011)

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