Nooka, SOFTlab, and Tietz Bacon, three of new York’s leading fashion and industrial design incubators have joined together to create a unique installation at DDCLAB in New York’s Meatpacking District. Alex, Jon and Michael Ubbesen have been working hard to make sure the piece will be ready for the launch party on May 16th.
“Nooka produces physical manifestations of ideas. SOFTlab creates amazing spaces using cutting edge technology and thinking. Tietz-Baccon Fabrication heavily emphasizes technology, material, and craft. Together, these three entities COme together to create a unique retail environment that features Nooka creations in the fabulous DDCLab space.
427 West 14th St, New York
May 15th, 2011
Music provided by DJ Michna
Beverages by Ty-KU
jake, finn’s lovable canine companion and best friend, from carton network’s, adventure time, can now be on your wrist. that’s right, nooka and cartoon network have custom designed a limited edition zub zirc 38 in jake yellow with his facial and arm graphics. we, at the nooka lab, are big fans of pendleton ward, the creator of the show and this timepiece truly captures the fun and creativity of the show.
It took me forever but, here It is… akatizil.com/
Welcome to my KDU Profile. This is my very first post and I have been looking at the comment bar for at least 15 minutes figuring out what to write. So here is what i came up with: HELLO!!!
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Had the pleasure of photographing The Kills for Nylon’s April issue. Check out the spread below!
You can also view more images on my site: www.ninarobinsonphotography.com or
or The Hell Gate ..
I was on a job for the city of New York shooting an event honoring the NYPD. It was a nice event, but event photography is fairly boring and needless to say you rarely get photos you’d want to use for something else. But you always have to keep an eye open, just like any time you go out with your camera. You never know when you’ll spot something interesting, like the light hitting this construction site that I had a view of from the 12th floor.
Destroy The Machines
Originally started for the latest KDU solstice magazine. Not quite finished in time, I submitted The Roots instead. Now after retrieving the pencil sketch, starting to ink it. I’m using a slightly rougher, more textured approach on this one, fibre tip pens replacing the technical and cross hatching taking up the brunt of the shading. This is a work in progress, check the flickr link below for updates over the coming days.
Development images here.
― Daniel J Diggle