Helen Morgan

 

Freelance writer and photographer based in Barcelona.

Artists Turn 150,000 Tons of Salt into Artwork at the Lumen Festival in Staten Island

Artists Turn 150,000 Tons of Salt into Artwork at the Lumen Festival in Staten Island

Some of the brilliant public artwork at the Lumen Festival included Marco Brambilla’s recreation of an expedition to the moon with the 'Sea of Tranquility,' and an illuminating…

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From the Source Unveils Chiaroscuro Reclaimed Wood Collection at ICFF

From the Source Unveils Chiaroscuro Reclaimed Wood Collection at ICFF

Using a variety of materials to build their array of designs, the From the Source team will transform old abandoned railroad tracks or iron-wood into a solid chair, or a mobile table on…

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Louis Lim's Round&Round is a Circular Bench Made of Reclaimed NYC Wood

Louis Lim's Round&Round is a Circular Bench Made of Reclaimed NYC Wood

Designed by Louis Lim, a Cooper Union graduate, the bench was created as part of the 12 x 12 exhibit during New York Design Week. Like all of the other pieces comprising the 12 x 12…

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Takeshi Miyakawa Arrested After His Light Installations Are Mistaken For Bombs During NYDW

Takeshi Miyakawa Arrested After His Light Installations Are Mistaken For Bombs During NYDW

Designers across the city have been attracting furniture and art-lovers with their work during New York Design Week, but a series of sculptural installations by Takeshi Miyakawa caught…

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Design Brigade Unveil Table Made from Reclaimed Coney Island Boardwalk Planks at 12x12

Design Brigade Unveil Table Made from Reclaimed Coney Island Boardwalk Planks at 12x12

Design Brigade is the team behind this beautiful 'Low Table' - a gorgeous piece of furniture handcrafted from reclaimed sections of the Coney Island Boardwalk. The creative duo - Lila…

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Interactive Maps Show How NYC's New Bike-Share Scheme Will Mesh With Public Transit

Interactive Maps Show How NYC's New Bike-Share Scheme Will Mesh With Public Transit

New York's soon-to-be-installed bike-share scheme is certainly gaining speed, and in anticipation of its July inauguration, Steven Romalewski, Director of the CUNY Graduate…

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Street Seats: Abandoned Chairs Given a Taxicab Yellow Facelift for the Armory Show

Street Seats: Abandoned Chairs Given a Taxicab Yellow Facelift for the Armory Show

For a new collection called Street Seats, Bade Stageberg Cox turned a handful ho-hum chairs found scattered around New York City into a stylish series of 50 bright yellow…

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Weaponry Collages Made from Cut Money to be Displayed at Joshua Liner Gallery in Chelsea

Weaponry Collages Made from Cut Money to be Displayed at Joshua Liner Gallery in Chelsea

Person is used to making controversial moves in the art-world, when he created a post-apocalyptic shelter experiment - the Resource Exhaustion Crisis Evacuation Safety Shelter -…

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New Cupcake ATMs In Manhattan Will Make Sugary Indulgences Hard to Resist

New Cupcake ATMs In Manhattan Will Make Sugary Indulgences Hard to Resist

Cupcake lovers in Manhattan will be happy to hear that their sugar cravings can soon be satisfied 24 hours a day with new cupcake ATMs by Sprinkles Cupcakes. Set to be installed around…

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