They wanted to find a way to have this question live on its own, out in the real world, independent of any musical accompaniment. There were a lot of elaborate ideas thrown around to make something happen but ultimately simplicity reigned supreme.
They chose 249 Eldridge Street (@ Houston), on the Lower East Side, NYC.
“One of our favorite aspects of the new record is its title. The way it provokes, challenges and prompts actual thought and reflection is exciting to us; equal parts interrogation and declaration. It has a few specific meanings to us, but many of the people we’ve talked to have completely different interpretations.”
If you’re walking by, spend some time with it and think.
How Do You Feel Now?
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Pinta Blvd 5 de Mayo Graffiti puebla
Gia On The Move was amazed to discover that although Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army’s 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War (1861-1867), it’s actually become more of an American holiday celebration. Just the same, we thought we’d offer up a few graffiti/street art finds and poster art to get into the spirit of the day. You can also get a brief description of Cinco de Mayo via a video published by ABC. In the meantime, Happy Cinco de Mayo and enjoy your beer & tequila!
To celebrate Cinco De Mayo The $tatus Faction created this giant street art. Thanks to Third One T$F for the pictures.
Feliz Cinco de Mayo con Grafiti! | Inky Beer
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Of all the things I could possibly write about 2014…that it’s been Gia On The Move’s best year yet…that we’ve been so fortunate to have experienced so much gorgeous, avant-garde, unique, delicious artistry in live performance, art, music, movies, food, fashion and more…what an awesome adventure it’s been…that we love all of the great friends we’ve made along the way, and how incredibly lucky to often accidentally have stumbled across gems that no one else was noticing… What we’re most happy to say is ‘Thank you’. Thank you for letting us entertain, inform, introduce and offer a little bit of our passions to YOU. What a ride! Ready for more? ~Gia
Happy New Year!!!
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