Madison Square Park
I saw this display a few weeks ago over at Madison Square Park. The outdoor décor was set up to promote a campaign called Save Our Skin (SOS). I REA Approved this scene because it was a beautiful sight with an important message.
– Ashley Lee, Graphic Designer
Hugh O’Neill building, Chelsea
Various locations in Manhattan, NYC
Walking around our old office neighborhood (Chelsea) and new one (Midtown), I’ve noticed a lot of details in the architecture that surrounds us. I REA Approve these small exterior touches because they make the buildings interesting, beautiful, and different from one another.
Church of St. Francis of Assisi, Midtown
Bed Bath & Beyond building, Chelsea
31st Street and Broadway, Midtown
— Brian Keeler, Graphic Designer
3D Printing Conference and Expo, NYC
It’s amazing what can be done with additive manufacturing technology. I REA Approve this 3D-printed building model because it shows how the process can aid architecture and real estate in the near future.
– Mark Thrapp, Graphic Designer
Madison Square Park
This colorful, encompassing installation entitled Red, Yellow and Blue is simply surreal. In fact large intricate pieces, their primary colors suggest childhood simplicity.
I REA Approve the work by artist Orly Genger because while it’s tailored for the lush landscape, it drastically contrasts the green in texture, shape and size. The manmade material interlaced with nature looks like a scene right out of Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland.”
– Gene Molchanov, Web Developer
Old Navy store, Chelsea
I REA Approve Old Navy’s flagship store in Chelsea because of its history and retro-modern interior design. It was one of the first Old Navy stores to be built, and it features see-through escalators, industrial elevators, and warehouse-like concrete floors.
– Zack Levine, Web Developer
25th Street between 6th & 7th Avenues, Manhattan
Do you recognize the reference in this window display? I REA Approve this Chelsea storefront by Manex (a mannequin manufacturer) because it recreates Maxell’s iconic “Blown Away Guy” ad.
– Barbra Tolentino, Graphic Designer