Try to imagine what it would be like to see Lebron James playing in your neighborhood. In Harlem, away from the chaotic epicenter of Manhattan, is a basketball court just like many others if not the fact that both amateur and professional players have played here. Stars like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant or Julius … Continue reading From Rucker Park to Madison Square
For those of you who have moved to a another city for the first time, you will understand this inescapable truth: at some point you will eventually get in a wrong bus, and you will notice that you have made a big mistake in choosing that particular route. And you have to get off before … Continue reading The Importance of People & Dave Chappelle’s Block Party
While Banksy is still clowning around in his "New York Tour", I found this somewhat surreal vision (I believe on 6th Ave). How strange is it that this figure/entity is so ubiquitous that we don't even notice its presence anymore?
I closed the office door and noticed that people were standing in the corridor. They were looking through the windows, in front of the elevators, to this beautiful sunset. After they left, I stayed there for awhile. (This would influence what happened no more than 5 minutes after). Behind a door I could hear this … Continue reading Delirious (about) New York