The World Mapped as Pop Art; How the Park Avenue Tulips Get Planted

Posted On Mon, May 11, 2015 By

Posted On Mon, May 11, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Take a photo tour of the Croton Water Plant, which is expected to treat about 290 million gallons of water a day. [Gothamist]
  • Roy Lichtenstein meets cartography… check out these graphic world maps that were inspired by the iconic pop artist. [CityLab]
  • “You agree to go to Smorgasburg, then spend the entire afternoon complaining about the crowds.” Here’s the Brooklyn guide to your zodiac sign. [Brokelyn]
  • Where do those 70,000 tulips and 30,000 begonias along Park Avenue come from? [Crain’s]
  • New arts space hopes to preserve Chinatown’s cultural fabric. [Bedford + Bowery]
  • Want to know what color the Empire State Building is going to be tonight and why? There’s a Twitter account for that. [Untapped]

Images: NYC map via Katie Kowalsky; Park Avenue tulips via 6sqft



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