So my previous trip to NYC yielded a follow up visit and an opportunity to hit up some more design-centric locations. First on my list was the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. They had a great exhibit on the history and modern interpretations of the Rococo style. Recent examples included Joroen Verhoeven’s crazy Cinderella Table, the Materialized Sketch Chair by Front, and the unreal Seduction poster by Marian Bantjes.
Other stops along the way included a rice pudding snack attack at Rice to Riches, perusing the irregular rack at the American Apparel store ($30 bucks for an irregular t-shirt—whatever), and a stop by the Kidrobot store to pick up some Dunnies for the Kyality Kids. (Yeah, I got one for me too.)
Thanks to Snizzle and Jess/Jon in the City for an awesome NYC weekend.