Ian Charles Scott is a “magic-realist” painter who hails from Wick, Scotland. He’s very talented; you can check out his work here. We found him bending reality on the Highline.
This Aussie tourist was checking out the newly opened Highline. I remember seeing plans for this park which is on the obsolete Chelsea train tracks at a museum over a decade ago. It’s a really nice space and I’m glad they finally were able to make it a reality.
We ran into cultural critic and poet, Wayne Koestenbaum, outside the Gagosian Gallery in Chelsea. As he is an expert of humiliation, he didn’t mind posing for us. From his new book on the topic: “Humiliation is a kiln through which the human soul passes, and where it receives burnishing, glazing, and consolidating. Humiliation cooks the spirit to a fine finish.”
It’s the return of Hollywood, our scantily clad bodybuilder from Coney Island! Turns out his day job is a security guard in the Financial District.
Business Update: The market’s in the red today, but it’s looking up.
This retired nurse was on the way to the dentist to pick up her dentures. She was a little embarrassed posing without her teeth.
Just another day at the Port Authority.
This poser was way more cheerful than the headlines.
It’s always Fashion Week in Bryant Park!
The famous stone lions in front of the library were made by artist Edward Clark Potter. Their nicknames are “Patience” and “Fortitude.” This young lady is riding the latter. She’ll need both to finish the paper she’s working on!
This acrobatic couple came all the way from Phili to have a romantic outing in Central Park.
Ironically this cross dressing Lady Liberty only spoke Spanish.
This proud Irishman has been a horse and carriage driver in Central Park for over twenty years.