Tuesday, December 20, 2011


Intrigued by Vice News which includes a seven part video documentation of secret North Korean labor camps. In view of the "Hermit Kingdom" recently making world news, Vice footage captures a glimpse of the people's reality.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Reminiscing sunshine...

A perfect rainy day to reminisce sun, surf, and swim...a while back, I stumbled upon the works of legendary surf photographer LeRoy Grannis and record breaking U.S. Olympic divers Sammy Lee and Victoria Draves. Found their life stories delightfully inspirational...
{LeRoy Grannis photo above}

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Fresh off the press!

I'm excited to introduce the new Shirtisfly Type Tees. These new designs start off a series of visual word plays to come. A portion of proceeds from all sales this holiday season will be donated to charity: water, a non-profit organization providing clean water to developing countries. Enjoy!

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Saturday, October 1, 2011

N Building Says...

Among the video/techy visuals at MOMA's Talk to Me exhibition, I was most intrigued by the N Building located in Tachikawa, Tokyo. Built as a Teradesign Architects and Qosmo Inc. collaboration, N Building's facade is a massive, scannable QR code allowing outside viewers to scan for up-to-date shop info and view the people inside as characters in real-time. No billboards or commercial signs, just scan and let the building talk.

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Street Style - Broome St., Soho

His stature and style seemed to perfectly match the red bricked store...

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Apple of Jobs' Eye

With recent news of Steve Jobs resigning as Apple CEO, was further intrigued by his personal story, the company's cult following and realities of making Apple happen.

Saturday, August 20, 2011


Delighted to discover Kyotofu, a japanese dessert bar and bakery, in midtown NYC. Their warm chocolate cake with passion fruit mochi {photo above, by rc}, sake infused mac & cheese, and ginger margarita were scrumptious!

Sunday, July 31, 2011

Row, Row, Row Your Boat...

If you're in Central Park, visit the Loeb Boathouse to set course in water on a canoe, kayak or gondola. Located on the Eastside of the park at 74th St., the boathouse is open daily, April to November, weather permitting. A fun way to spend an afternoon in NYC :)


Thanks to all who stopped by at the fair in June. It was great to meet each and every one of you, especially those who stopped by last year. Cheers to savoring every summer moment!

Monday, May 30, 2011

2011 Fort Lee Summer Street Fair!

Sunday, June 5, 2011
Main Street between Lemoine & Anderson Ave

Shirtisfly will be hitting the streets in full summer swing! The annual Fort Lee Street Fair features delicious and creative treats by local craft and food vendors. A great event to enjoy a summer stroll and celebrate the beginning of June.

Shirtisfly will be set up right in the mist of the festivities~come by and say hi, I'd love to meet you :)

Take any bus going into New Jersey from175th Street (George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal). Get off the first stop crossing the GW Bridge, go up the stairs, walk towards Citibank. Keep walking and you will hit Main St.
Time: ~5 min. bus ride, 10 min. walk

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Ai Weiwei

Work of Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei. He has been detained by Chinese police without official charges, his studio sealed off, and his assistants interrogated; possibly consequences of his criticism of China's government corruptions and scandals. His Sunflower seed exhibition at Tate Modern's turbine Hall consisted of 100 million porcelain sunflower seeds weighing 150 tons. He was commissioned as design consultant for the Beijing National Stadium hosting '08 Olympics. Provocative, relevant work impacting politics and culture through creativity.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Love it: n9ve.it

Morphing flow of the alphabet using initials of font names by Alessandro Novelli. See more of his work on his website: n9ve.it.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Roll Bollywood Style

Within the last few months, Kati Roll Company opened a new location right by Bryant Park to become the most popular new kid on the block. Known for their Indian (burrito style) wraps, it's cheap, delicious, and a perfect to go for lunch. Various types of meat, potato, or egg/cheese are wrapped with delightfully tasteful warm paratha. Kudos to their clean branding and Bollywood posters adorning the festively orange walls as well.
With more people lined up every time I go, it seems word is spreading fast. Stop by and taste for yourself!

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Absolutely Lovely...

Work of photographer Rodney Smith, with his story-telling posts here.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Paper Cut

Sentences hand cut with paper scissors by Aoyama Hina.

Intricate works of paper cutouts by Bovey Lee.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

If walls could talk...

Bespoke felt and fabric interiors by Anne Kyyro Quinn.