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NEW NEW YORK: Michael Pitt

by Jessica Glick

The rain beat down, the reverberating thuds sounded like bullets on the subway window. I saw multicolored pains of glass and graffiti telling me to “do more” when I suddenly realized I was in Brooklyn. I exited on the northwest corner of the street and hoped my way would reveal itself. A man in a […]

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NEW NEW YORK: D Prosper

by Jessica Glick

I looked down at the busy New York City street. The honking horns below and the chattering voices nearby faded as I focused on the endless road in front of me. Suddenly stranded in contemplation of circumstance and possibility, his presence redirected my thoughts. After a brief introduction, we walked to a quiet spot surrounded […]

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NEW NEW YORK: Dinco D.

by Jessica Glick

I waited for him at the corner of Bowery and East Houston. As he sauntered towards me, I momentarily returned to the night we first met. It was only a few weeks prior that I found myself on the roof deck of a ship sailing through the Hudson River. Clearly enamored by the view of […]

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BROOKLYN FEAST

by Seth Kushner

New York’s most famous Italian Feast is surely San Gennaro in little Italy, but if you’ve ever pushed through the massive crowds to try to grab a sausage and pepper hero, you know it’s a tourist trap. Less famous and more “authentic” is Bensonhurst Brooklyn’s 18th Avenue Feast, AKA The Fest of Santa Rosalia, which […]

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Wrestling With Big Fat Freddy

by Seth Kushner

When I was in junior high, I was obsessed with professional wrestling.  I was finally interested in something the “cool” kids were into, but casual interest has never been my way, so I became a “wrestling nerd.” While the well-adjusted were content to simply watch wrestling on Saturday morning TV, I had to subscribe to […]

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COMPLEX: LOVE_UNDERSCORES_YOU

by Seth Kushner

“COMPLEX: Love_Underscores_You” Written by Seth Kushner, Chris Miskiewicz & Dean Haspiel Photocomix by Seth Kushner Featuring Katelan Foisy & Chris Miskiewicz “COMPLEX” was an idea I had a few years ago.  I liked the notion of a sort of futuristic sci-fi soap opera about four distinctive and lonely characters whose lives intersect.  I wanted to […]

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MY BROOKLYN

by Seth Kushner

Brooklyn–A thriving mecca of 2 million people, which would be the fourth largest city in America, if it wasn’t designated simply a “borough.” I grew up in the Sheepshead Bay, a middle-class, mostly white area of South Brooklyn, which is neither urban nor suburban, but something in-between.  Our two-family attached home, with the front lawn, […]

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NEW NEW YORK: SISSY CLEMENS, WAX POETIC

by Jessica Glick

She opened the door and I momentarily felt as though we were meeting for the first time. It had been about a year since we last saw each other; we often only meet under creative circumstances. However, my feelings of unfamiliarity vanished by the time we reached her white couch. She sat down and I […]

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CulturePOP: Marc Maron

by Seth Kushner

Learn more about Marc Maron at his website, his twice-weekly podcast, WTF, his book, Attempting Normal and his IFC TV show, Maron. Read all 31 installments of Seth Kushner’s CulturePOP Photocomix

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NEW NEW YORK: SABINE BLAIZIN

by Jessica Glick

I got off the subway at City Hall. I sat down on a nearby bench, closed my eyes, and let the sun warm me as I waited for her. It was one of the warmer days of winter and I felt myself falling back in love with the city. She arrived with a smile on […]

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ANATOMY OF A COVER: FORCE FIELD FOTOCOMIX

by Seth Kushner

When I was compiling and creating my photocomics for my first self-published anthology, FORCE FIELD FOTOCOMIX VOL.01, I knew I had to have a striking cover.  I got to thinking about doing an homage to things I like, but filtering it through my own aesthetic, of course. I keep a folder on my Macbook desktop […]

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SETH KUSHNER’S CITY POINT EXHIBITION

by Seth Kushner

This past weekend, I wad tipped off to the fact that there is an exhibition of my work in Albee Square, in downtown Brooklyn.  The photos are all a part of a campaign I worked on during the spring of 2011 with the award-winning branding agency, Co-Op.  The project was to brand the soon-to-be developed […]

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