STORE FRONT PHOTOGRAPHIC INSTALLATION
Indeed has over 180 million unique visitors per month matching employers with job seekers, and they recently began moving into their new 125,000-square-foot offices in the unique Hippodrome building at 1120 Avenue of the Americas. the former site of the once-celebrated Hippodrome Theatre. The design concept for the new office space according to Derek Stewart, head of real estate at Indeed, "pays homage to interesting job industries that call New York home."
Indeed chose an interesting array of our storefront photographs printed at near life-size for their conference rooms. Many of the storefronts they chose were photographed by us between 10 and 15 years ago using 35mm film and appear in our critically acclaimed book, "Store Front: The Disappearing Face of New York." Sadly, our photographs are one of the only visual records of many of these unique New York City storefronts, as they have disappeared in the face of modernization and conformity and the once unique appearance and character of our colorful streets has suffered in the process.
Our storefront photographs were printed on Terralon Paperback, a PVC-Free Wallcovering made from 31% post consumer recycled materials. It is breathable and has extremely low VOC's and can contribute to various LEED credits.
These are the sizes they were printed at:
|STORE FRONT II - A HISTORY PRESERVED
Upcoming Book Events:
STORE FRONT II: A History Preserved book discussion and reception sponsored by MOSCOT
Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Moscot - Orchard Street
108 Orchard St New York, New York 10002
Admission is Free. Dim Sum provided by Nom Wah Tea Parlor
7:00 - 9:00 PM
||STORE FRONT at Lumas New York
Limited Edition Panoramas
|WINNER OF GVSHP 2015 REGINA KELLERMAN AWARD
The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation
presented this award to us in recognition of our significant contribution
to the quality of life in Greenwich Village, East Village, and NoHo.
Watch us accept our award here: www.youtube.com
On this edition of Independent Sources Sarah Pizon speaks with James and Karla Murray, who’ve been documenting the demographic shifts in the city through various communities changing storefronts. Segment starts at 19:24. (Taped 8-20-14)
|ADDITIONAL LARGE-SCALE PHOTO INSTALLATIONS
Life-size to 3/4 Scale installations of our Store Front photographs include: Gawker Media Rooftop in NYC (left), Theater Basel in Switzerland and the East Village Community Coalition Rooftop Fundraiser in NYC.