The Simplified City Map; Inside the Brooklyn Nets’ Industry City Training Facilty

Posted On Thu, February 18, 2016 By

Posted On Thu, February 18, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • If you’re not a rich person living on the waterfront, you’re basically a bear, says this funny simplified city map. [The Map Room]
  • The waters surrounding NYC contain at least 165 million plastic particles, and they’re making their way into the food supply. [NYDN]
  • Check out the Brooklyn Nets’ new 70,000-square-foot practice facility in Industry City. [Crain’s]
  • Anthony Bourdain revealed via Instagram ten foods he hopes to serve at his Pier 57 food hall. The dishes come via vendors in Singapore, Hong Kong, and Mexico. [DNAinfo]
  • Watch a short film from 1968 that shows the fine art and craft of 1960s wallpaper manufacturing. [Colossal]
  • Polaroid is the “first household name” to launch an at-home 3D printer. [Dezeen]

Images: Simplified City Map © John Atkinson/Wrong Hands (L); Training facility via Brooklyn Nets (R)



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