Specially-printed bandannas were a significant part of the political arena in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. By 1800, bandannas were being produced to commemorate events such as the American Revolution and the Federal Period.
A brand new LED digital display for Disney Store brings the Magic back to NYC! On the walls are over sized line drawings of classic and contemporary Disney characters, wooden replicas of New York City skyscrapers. Toy Story, Cars, TRON Legacy sections, games, magic mirrors, The Princess Castle, The Beautiful digital cut-out trees, cyber-box for … Continue reading
Dear Editor, I am 8 years old. Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus. Papa says if you see it in the sun, it’s so. Please tell me the truth, is there a Santa Claus? Macy’s says: Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus! A million reasons to Belive! Each window … Continue reading
Lexington Avenue Bloomingdale’s windows feature more than 100 digital signage displays of various sizes arranged in a mosaic. An animation of a winter landscape is timed at different intervals across each screen ending with a word: hope, peace, merry, happy and joy superimposed over the background.
The shop will carry the largest Converse footwear offering worldwide. The store’s design features speak directly to Converse’s distinct sport and rock ‘n roll heritage. Converse worked with New York based architecture firm Jennifer Carpenter Architect to preserve as much of the original details of the 110 year old building as possible. An American flag … Continue reading
Happy Holidays with light bulbs, neons and stars!