Bike Like a New Yorker Poster Design

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Bike Like a New Yorker Poster Design. I’ve been the NYC a couple of times, and I must say that I’d probably rather be on a bike than navigate the busy streets in a car! Excellent poster design concept from BIKENYC. Via.

Goodnight Hong Kong, London, New York, Sydney

Goodnight Hong Kong, London, New York and Sydney; these stunning birds-eye view photographs do these great cities justice (above shot is of Hong Kong). At night, the appearance of megacities really comes alive when lit-up by their fluorescent counterparts:

City Posters Show Tall Buildings in London and New York

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Dublin-based Studio Me&Him&You, founded by Peter Dillon and Ronan O’Gara, created these simple and minimalist set of city posters. Each design shows a major city, and displays the tallest buildings (which are also the most recognisable in each one).

See also: Goodnight Hong Kong, London, New York, Sydney.

Freezin’ Freestyle City Snowboarding

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Who Needs a Mountain - Oneil campaign
 
This fast-paced video is entitled Who needs a mountain, and quickly documents snowboarders jumping off bridges and jumping stairs and rails in the city. It was produced by brand O’Neill, but this isn’t in any way an endorsement of their brand—it’s just a great video to watch…
 

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Man Snowboarding
 
City Snowboarding Freestyle 14
 
Snow on steps
 
Snowboarder in action
 
Crowd of Snowboarders
 
Snowboarder Jumping
 
Like this post? Then see also: Stunning Photography by Richard Mosse.
 
Snowboarding on Steps or Stairway in the City
 
Boy Snowboarding in City
 


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A Day in the life of New York City

A Day in the life of New York City

This stunning stop/start video is named “Sandpit”, and shows a day in the life of New York City. Having access to some of New York’s rooftops and balconies, videographer Sam O’Hare shot the movie with a camera on fully manual and the automatic vignette removal turned off. I think the movie is totally surreal. To check it out, watch the video near the end of this post.