Showing 10 posts tagged Brooklyn
Every day, on a Tumblr called “The Daily Pothole,” New Yorkers get a peek inside the inner workings of a city system few knew existed: the men who repair our potholes. Tumblr spent a day with the crew that makes up New York City’s pothole repair team.
Charles Yang on Violin, Michael Thurber on Bass, and Eddie Barbash on Alto Saxophone… together they are The Human Jukebox, a super-viral musical video experiment by cdza. In this experiment, they use donations as votes, and then donate those donations to Wingspan Arts, a non-profit that reaches out to expose diverse and young audiences of people to performing, visual, media and literary arts. An awesome video on multiple levels.
via The Awesomer.
A brief visit to the Brooklyn Bridge and all of the usual cars, taxis helicopters, boats, bikers and pedestrians that you’d find walking along such a monument in NYC.
This kind of footage reminds me a lot of the old Sesame Street shorts that would feature life in New York City. Slower edits, lingering on scenes, little narration… just visiting and observing the way we live.