In September 2001 the world’s attention turned towards New York after an attack that shaped our current century. Today these two monuments remind us of this tragic event that we should never forget

In September 2001 the world’s attention turned towards New York after an attack that shaped our current century. Today these two monuments remind us of this tragic event that we should never forget

Build a set for a dual camera interview with some colorful LED panels and a bunch of flight cases that contain light equipment and PA stuff for big events and festivals (at Crystal Sound / Rock Shop Backline)

Build a set for a dual camera interview with some colorful LED panels and a bunch of flight cases that contain light equipment and PA stuff for big events and festivals (at Crystal Sound / Rock Shop Backline)

Sometimes the best way to discover a city is to simply wander around. You’ll definitely find some cool places! (at Delmonico’s Restaurant Steak House Grill)

Sometimes the best way to discover a city is to simply wander around. You’ll definitely find some cool places! (at Delmonico’s Restaurant Steak House Grill)

Leaving New York today 😔 Catured so many memories - analog and digital! Hope to be back soon! (at Highline Park)

Leaving New York today 😔 Catured so many memories - analog and digital! Hope to be back soon! (at Highline Park)

"gonna die if I do or die if I don’t COST"

I was walking through Williamsburg on Friday evening when I came across this graffiti which caught my eye because some of the letters were sprayed with a luminous orange color that reflected the setting sun. After a quick Google search I found out that the tag on the wall actually belongs to Adam Cost who was a famous artist in the 80s and 90s. He was arrested and sentenced to a fine and community work in ‘95. It is said that he returned to his art in 2010 so it would be interesting whether that is one of Costs’ graffitis or whether it just happened to be next to his stickers…

"gonna die if I do or die if I don’t COST"

I was walking through Williamsburg on Friday evening when I came across this graffiti which caught my eye because some of the letters were sprayed with a luminous orange color that reflected the setting sun. After a quick Google search I found out that the tag on the wall actually belongs to Adam Cost who was a famous artist in the 80s and 90s. He was arrested and sentenced to a fine and community work in ‘95. It is said that he returned to his art in 2010 so it would be interesting whether that is one of Costs’ graffitis or whether it just happened to be next to his stickers…