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House Parties / / BUST #craftacular

Happy Sunday Kittens! This weekend us and the Glamosaurs had the privilege of vending at Bust magazine's #CRAFTACULAR in Industry City - Brooklyn. So many dope vendors! Pins, patches, vintage, jewels, and handmade goodies galore! We got mad braided at the Amika Braid Bar & got into the Lacquer Life with the Flossgloss Mani Station. The vibe was amazing - so many empowering ladies and gents supporting each other and their rad DIY lifestyles. Thanks for having us Bust! Check out a few pieces of our fave swag and pics of us (cuz thats our fave, obvs) below : )

 

This all natural face moisturizer  from Body Stuff literally made us throw our old one out. 

This all natural face moisturizer  from Body Stuff literally made us throw our old one out. 

Shea butter is the ultimate in body butter secret formulas. Ditch the glycol shit you buy in drug stores and opt for the Honey Almond from Brooklyn Bar

Shea butter is the ultimate in body butter secret formulas. Ditch the glycol shit you buy in drug stores and opt for the Honey Almond from Brooklyn Bar

This is just everything. We sat for beautiful portraits from Akane Ogura

This is just everything. We sat for beautiful portraits from Akane Ogura

Mani Monday will never be the same after our haul at Flossgloss. They are dopedopedoppeeeee

Mani Monday will never be the same after our haul at Flossgloss. They are dopedopedoppeeeee

Can't wait till next year! Check out our slideshow below for more pics of us, because thats obvi our fave thing ever. 

Record Player

Record Player / / Netpix: Summer in the City

As New Yorkers leave The City in droves to escape the coming heat, we are braving the weather. Here are our Summer in the City Netpix to help you remember why NYC is the Best City Ever, Regardless of the Season. 

Breakfast at Tiffany's

Featuring one of the classiest walk of shames ever, Audrey epitomizes the glamour of NYC life. 

Featuring one of the classiest walk of shames ever, Audrey epitomizes the glamour of NYC life. 

Manhattan

The opening to this movie alone will make you remember why you love NYC

The opening to this movie alone will make you remember why you love NYC

Francis Ha

An awesome testament to the art of finding your purpose in this wild place

An awesome testament to the art of finding your purpose in this wild place

Bill Cunningham: New York

Totally inspirational movie about NYC icon and the original street style photog Bill Cunningham.

Totally inspirational movie about NYC icon and the original street style photog Bill Cunningham.

Broad City

OK not a movie, but seriously one of the best NYC shows everrrrrrrr. 

OK not a movie, but seriously one of the best NYC shows everrrrrrrr. 



Street View

street View / / Art

 

The Highline in Manhattan is a great place to visit to see some cool street art and graffiti from a unique vantage point. This large mural can be seen towards the north end of the park.

Thanks to our Rad Street Correspondent Sydney for this post! 

Some may say Sydney Kay is a Graphic Designer, street art enthusiast, and rad punk living in Brooklyn, New York but don't let them fool you. She is actually an anthropomorphic turtle who lives off the coast of Australia and has learned to operate and iPhone. See her work here. 


Street View

Street View / / Art

Our Street Art Guru Sydney is roaming the streets of Bushwick in this gruesome weather to bring you the most rad posts yet.

This is another Bushwick-found piece, on Central Avenue. The vivid green brightens up this time of year’s dreary days of dirty snow.

Thanks to our Rad Street Correspondent Sydney for this post! 

Some may say Sydney Kay is a Graphic Designer, street art enthusiast, and rad punk living in Brooklyn, New York but don't let them fool you. She is actually an anthropomorphic turtle who lives off the coast of Australia and has learned to operate and iPhone. See her work here. 


Street View

Street View / / Art

A cool mash-up of wheat pastes. This piece an be found on the corner of Wilson and Starr in Bushwick. 

Comment below if you know the artist(s)!

This Lamp Post Mooner can be found on the same corner.

Thanks to our Rad Street Correspondent Sydney for this post! 

Some may say Sydney Kay is a Graphic Designer, street art enthusiast, and rad punk living in Brooklyn, New York but don't let them fool you. She is actually an anthropomorphic turtle who lives off the coast of Australia and has learned to operate and iPhone. See her work here. 

Street View

Street View / / Art

Living in Bushwick, I am surrounded by fantastic street art on a daily basis. I walk by this one everyday on the way to work. It’s done by Phetus, who has done many other murals around the city that feature these creatures and others, including one right down the street from this one at the Loom building. This one is located on the corner of Thames and Morgan Ave.

Thanks to our Rad Street Correspondent Sydney for this post! 

Some may say Sydney Kay is a Graphic Designer, street art enthusiast, and rad punk living in Brooklyn, New York but don't let them fool you. She is actually an anthropomorphic turtle who lives off the coast of Australia and has learned to operate and iPhone. See her work here. 

Art, Insipration, Street View

Street View / / Art

This mural, by an unknown artist, is on the corner of Scholes and Waterbury streets in Bushwick, Brooklyn. If you know the artist, please comment and share!

Thanks to our Rad Street Correspondent Sydney for this post! 

Some may say Sydney Kay is a Graphic Designer, street art enthusiast, and rad punk living in Brooklyn, New York but don't let them fool you. She is actually an anthropomorphic turtle who lives off the coast of Australia and has learned to operate and iPhone. See her work here.