My NYC Wanderings Final Part.

Brazil love at Espasso – a remarkable Tribeca gallery that specializes in modern and contemporary Brazilian furniture (thank you Eliseu for the pleasant tour).

 

Hello everyone,

My trip has come to an end. Now back in France, jet-lagged but happy! I had a wonderful time in the Big Apple and I’m back with eyes field with memorable images and head crammed with ideas and inspiration for the next months to come.

These pictures will conclude My NYC wanderings. Hope you enjoy them.

Later,

x F.

Central Park.

Eileen’s cheese cake, NYC #1.

Scorsese grew up across the street. Welcome to Moe the butcher’s Albanese Meats and Poultry, Nolita.

NYC Stock Exchange.

Looking South.

Looking West.

Looking down. Ground Zero.

Freedom Tower.

Federal Hall National Memorial.

The best things in life are free”. New York Shaving Company

Madison Avenue.

New York Public Library.

Aviator mirrors by Nigel Coates @Grey Area.

Spirit Giant wall display by Julie Thevenot @Grey Area.

Rockefeller Center.

Subway.

American Museum of Natural History subway station.

Walking on the moon. At Rose Center for Earth and Space, American Museum of Natural History.

Walking the streets of Soho with artist/designer Rodger Stevens. Stopped at The Future Perfect, and found this.

Are you obsessed?

Love that bookshop.

Rainbow kids’ desks. At R 20th Century Design.

Some cool red-wired 3D letter-work street art that spells HOTTEA on a fence in Soho.

HOTTEA is actually the nom de plume of Minneapolis-based Eric Rieger + Thanks Bowery Boogie for the explanation

‘Morning. Tasty latte. Perfect leaf-shaped milk foam.

Eric Rieger again.

Brooklyn street art.

Flea market in Brooklyn.

Flea market in Brooklyn.

Flea market in Brooklyn.

Vintage. Artifacts 20th Century.

Vintage. Artifacts 20th Century.

Diner at The NoMad Hotel.

The Statue of Liberty lost in clouds. View from Brooklyn-based design studio Fort Standard.

At Fort StandardEmerging Designer Open Studio Tours part of Dwell and New York Magazine: City Modern 2012

At Todd Bracher StudioEmerging Designer Open Studio Tours part of Dwell and New York Magazine: City Modern 2012

Raining in Brooklyn.

The iconic 1980’s restaurant Indochine. Andy Warhol ate there. So did I ;-)

Tribecca bathed in sun.

(very) United Colors of Benetton. Cuban artist at Fabrica Erik Ravelo‘s Lana Sutra (sculptures of yarn-wrapped mannequins) in Benetton in SoHo.

With Batman. Dining at Epistrophy.

Polka dots and tentacles. Louis Vuitton x Yayoi Kusama pop up shop in Soho.

Pompoms on wall @Anthropology

Bertoia reunion. Rainy Sunday afternoon at MoMA.

Pollock in details. Rainy Sunday afternoon at MoMA.

Bernard Tschumi at MoMA.

Giant Calder at MoMA.

Century of the Child: Growing by Design, 1900–2000 exhibition at MoMA (July 29–November 5, 2012). And back with my new toy.

I’m looking like street art ;-) MoMA.

Yoshimoto Nara at MoMA.

Oh NYC, I will miss you…

Flying Virgin Atlantic. Good morning London, I’m totally jet-lagged.

Planes, buses and automobiles. Heathrow, London.

Tea time at Heathrow airport, London.

My face is stuck to the window enjoying the warm sun rays… Last flight and almost back home.

Can’t wait to get back on the plane again… my next wanderings should be Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.

The end.

Photos © Florence Deau  – shot with Instagram @flodeau

2 Comments

  • 6 years ago

    Great snaps! I so wish I could go to NYC – one of these days I hope!

  • 6 years ago

    Grear snaps! I so wish I could go to NYC – one of these days I hope!

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