Andrea Silenzi

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From NY to DC: Clinton Hill Resident Visits DC Souvenir Shop

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Melanie LaRosa from Clinton Hill, Brooklyn calls this souvenir shop in Washington, DC 'Obama heaven.' She's at the Everything Obama Store. And yes, yes you can buy this store's blingy Obama gear online, too.


From NY to DC: Willow Bill

Monday, January 19, 2009

Willow Bill rode a New Century Travel Chinatown bus from NY to DC and brought 44 willow hearts with him. He believes they will bring hope and love to all who receive one.

'My name is Willow Bill. I came down here from New York, just down here to have a good time. Bringing some hope. Yeah, I think we all want some hope, right? These are willow hearts that ah... I build willow furniture, I do it all over the country. So I'm bringing the willow hearts to bring the love. They're willow sticks that are woven into hearts and I have 44 of them, one for each president, that I am going to be giving away to people who touch me.'


Design for the Real World: Rock Band T-Shirt

Friday, August 29, 2008

Today rock band T-shirts are sold at major retailers, to kids who weren't alive when classic rock was born. But when music writer Johan Kugelberg was growing up in Sweden, wearing the Sex Pistols or Ramones on your chest was its own act of rebellion. Produced by ...


Edible Estates

Friday, June 13, 2008

The artist Fritz Haeg has been digging up and transforming front lawns from Kansas to California. His art project is called "Edible Estates: Attack on the Front Lawn." Studio 360's Julie Burstein found out that one of Haeg's edible estates is just ...

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Photo Festival Unites Pros and Amateurs

Sunday, May 18, 2008

The New York Photo Festival is underway in Dumbo. Curators from around the world are presenting their ideas regarding the newest and most important trends in contemporary photography, each exhibited in their own pavilion. Andrea Silenzi stopped by as the show was going up, and ...


From Lieutenant to Lola

Friday, March 07, 2008

To see S. Epatha Merkerson be tough, just turn on a TV and look for "Law and Order"'s Lt. Anita Van Buren. But to see her smile, you’ll have to catch her in the Broadway revival of "Come Back, Little Sheba."