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javier_jaen 30/4/2015 The New York Times Magazine. The Money Issue. In Code We Trust. Text by Adam Davidson. Art Direction by Frank Augugliaro.

@nytimes #NYT #NYTMag #NYTimes #Money #Code #Bitcoin #AdamDavidson #Pixel #Dollar #Washington #Ilustration #JavierJaen
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1001chessboxers Carotene-addled carrots roasted in sesame oil w cumin garlic and thyme. #nytmag #foodisgorgeous #veganaswewannabe 6d

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cartveli_art #Repost @nytimes with @repostapp.
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Tamar Zhvania, 39, a former bookkeeper from Tbilisi, Georgia. Tamar arrived in the U.S. on Dec. 16, 2014. “Once I got lost in New York ... I was looking for Wall Street and was on the wrong side of Broadway, and I walked down and ended up seeing the famous bull. Many people were taking photos, but my phone was dead, so I could not take selfie. I left my children and my family behind in Georgia. But when I look at everything, I try to imagine that they are here with me, enjoying everything together.” Tamar was photographed by @jr, who prints large-scale photos of his subjects and pastes them onto rooftops, edifices, shipping containers, streetscapes and more. For #nytweekender, we’re sharing some of @jr’s portraits of recent immigrants in #NewYork, shot for #NYTMag. On Thursday, the oversize images were pasted throughout the five boroughs. Hint: You can find Tamar’s portrait on Thompson Street near Spring Street in Manhattan. Share your photos with the hashtag #WalkingNewYork. 6d

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javier_jaen 28/4/2015 The New York Times Magazine. Why ‘Natural’ Doesn’t Mean Anything Anymore. Text by Michael Pollan. Art Direction by Jason Sfetko.

#NYT #NYTimes #NYTMag #Natural #Meaning #Fake #Artificial #MichaelPollan #Illustration #JavierJaen
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thepeoplescreatives @nytimes asked us to share a photo from @jr's recent project that highlights New York immigrants and their story of new found freedom in the US.

Lisa Caragna Barrios Blancos, 32, a bar employee from Tornabe, Honduras arrived in the US Sept 16, 2014. "In Honduras, people walk, but everyone is scared...In Times Square, I can walk around, and no one even looks at me" These photographs for @nymag were taken by @jr, who prints large scale photos of his subjects and pastes them onto rooftops, streetscapes and more. See the entire series on NYTIMES.com or through the hashtags #NYTMag #nytweekender
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mironproperties #Repost @nymag
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French artist @jr collaborated with @nytimes for #NYTMag's stunning #WalkingNewYork issue, focusing on recent immigrants to #NYC. #JR has been working with the theme of immigration for quite a while; Last year, he installed archival photos of immigrants in Ellis Island's abandoned hospital, which was completely closed to the public before his exhibition. For #NYTMag, he photographed 15 recent immigrants, and pasted their images in the street in all five boroughs. The largest of the bunch — a massive photo of a 20-year-old waiter named Elmar Aliyev, who immigrated to the U.S. from Azerbaijan last August — was placed on the Flatiron Plaza and photographed from a helicopter for the cover of the magazine.
This photo is of Maksim Khimchanka, an aspiring actor from Minsk, Belarus, pasted on the facade of #Moto in South #Williamsburg. @nytimes provided the back story behind the portrait: "I immigrated here to stay forever. I'm an asylum-seeker. Being gay is extremely difficult in #Belarus. Since I got here, I wanted to be myself; I didn't want to hide. Here, I have all the rights to be who I want to be. I am open with people I meet. I can meet people and date someone and walk around the city and hold my boyfriend's hand, and no one is going to say anything." To see more photos from this series, search #walkingnewyork. : @lfader.
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nymag French artist @jr collaborated with @nytimes for #NYTMag's stunning #WalkingNewYork issue, focusing on recent immigrants to #NYC. #JR has been working with the theme of immigration for quite a while; Last year, he installed archival photos of immigrants in Ellis Island's abandoned hospital, which was completely closed to the public before his exhibition. For #NYTMag, he photographed 15 recent immigrants, and pasted their images in the street in all five boroughs. The largest of the bunch — a massive photo of a 20-year-old waiter named Elmar Aliyev, who immigrated to the U.S. from Azerbaijan last August — was placed on the Flatiron Plaza and photographed from a helicopter for the cover of the magazine.
This photo is of Maksim Khimchanka, an aspiring actor from Minsk, Belarus, pasted on the facade of #Moto in South #Williamsburg. @nytimes provided the back story behind the portrait: "I immigrated here to stay forever. I'm an asylum-seeker. Being gay is extremely difficult in #Belarus. Since I got here, I wanted to be myself; I didn't want to hide. Here, I have all the rights to be who I want to be. I am open with people I meet. I can meet people and date someone and walk around the city and hold my boyfriend's hand, and no one is going to say anything." To see more photos from this series, search #walkingnewyork. : @lfader.
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nytimes Lisa Cargana Barrios Blanco, 32, a bar employee from Tornabe, Honduras. Lisa arrived in the U.S. on Sept. 16, 2014. “In Honduras, people walk, but everyone is scared — it’s a very violent country. My life was in danger because I’m a trans woman, and it’s always complicated as a trans woman ... I’m still not used to it here. In Times Square, I can walk around, and no one even looks at me.” Lisa was photographed by @jr, who prints large-scale photos of his subjects and pastes them onto rooftops, edifices, shipping containers, streetscapes and more. For #nytweekender, we’re sharing some of @jr’s portraits of recent immigrants in #NewYork, shot for #NYTMag. On Thursday, the oversize images were pasted throughout the five boroughs. Hint: You can find Lisa’s portrait on Little West 12th Street and Washington Street in Manhattan. Share your photos with the hashtag #WalkingNewYork. 1w

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handheldproductions This week's incredible #NYTMag cover by the one and only @jr ! On April 11th JR and his team pasted this one day installation on the Flatiron plaza for the cover, but there are 14 other pastings still installed around all 5 boroughs to go find. Link in profile to map of their locations. #WalkingNewYork Lucky to produce this project with an amazing team that dreams so big @kathyryan1 @gailbichler @jakesilverstein @marc @nytimes 1w

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nytimes Elibenia Polanco, 24, a fabric-store clerk from San Francisco de Macorís, Dominican Republic. Elibenia arrived in the U.S. on Oct. 25, 2014. “Life here is too fast — everything is too quick, too stressful. You have to be careful on the street; some people aren’t friendly...My country is very different — people smile. But in my country, they have a saying: Whoever doesn’t go to #NewYork dies blind.” Elibenia was photographed by @jr, who prints large-scale photos of his subjects and pastes them onto rooftops, edifices, shipping containers, streetscapes and more. For #nytweekender, we’re sharing some of @jr’s portraits of recent immigrants in #NewYork, shot for #NYTMag. On Thursday, the oversize images were pasted throughout the five boroughs. Hint: You can find Elibenia’s portrait on Richmond Terrace between Franklin Avenue and York Avenue on Staten Island. Share your photos with the hashtag #WalkingNewYork. 1w

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clarisserosazshariyf Via @nytimes "Aboubacar Sidiki Cisse, 25, a security guard from Conakry, #Guinea. He was photographed by @jr, who prints large-scale photos of his subjects and pastes them onto rooftops, edifices, shipping containers, streetscapes and more. #nytweekender #NewYork #NYTMag #WalkingNewYork #redhook 1w

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nytimes Thinh Hoang, 25, a student from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. He arrived in the U.S. on Aug. 4, 2014. “I like the air in #NewYork. It’s more fresh. I usually walk around Fordham Road in the Bronx, and sometimes we jog very early, around 7 a.m. In the morning, I see a lot of people collecting the garbage, so the streets are always clean. In my country, we don’t have street-cleaning vehicles. We have people with brooms.” Thinh was photographed by @jr, who prints large-scale photos of his subjects and pastes them onto rooftops, edifices, shipping containers, streetscapes and more. For #nytweekender, we’re sharing some of @jr’s portraits of recent immigrants in #NewYork, shot for #NYTMag. On Thursday, the oversize images were pasted throughout the five boroughs. Hint: You can find Thinh’s portrait on West 23rd Street between 10th and 11th Avenues in Manhattan. Share your photos with the hashtag #WalkingNewYork. 1w

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laurengniaz Been waiting all week to get my hands on today's #NYTMag, featuring photographs by Lee Friedlander, Jeff Mermelstein, and JR, whose incredible work graces the cover. The whole issue is worth a look/read in print or online. #WalkingNewYork 1w

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nytimes Jonathan Saint-Jean, 27, a language student from Thiotte, Haiti. Jonathan arrived in the U.S. on Nov. 11, 2014. “The subway is extraordinary. When I arrive at big stations like Atlantic Avenue, I feel like, Wow, the people who made these stations are geniuses, with all the different lines meeting in the same place. I think that if one day the system fails, the city will have a huge problem.” Jonathan was photographed by @jr, who prints large-scale photos of his subjects and pastes them onto rooftops, edifices, shipping containers, streetscapes and more. For #nytweekender, we’re sharing some of @jr’s portraits of recent immigrants in #NewYork, shot for #NYTMag. On Thursday, the oversize images were pasted throughout the five boroughs. Hint: You can find Jonathan’s portrait on West 18th Street near 10th Avenue in Manhattan. Share your photos with the hashtag #WalkingNewYork. 1w

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nytimes Tamar Zhvania, 39, a former bookkeeper from Tbilisi, Georgia. Tamar arrived in the U.S. on Dec. 16, 2014. “Once I got lost in New York ... I was looking for Wall Street and was on the wrong side of Broadway, and I walked down and ended up seeing the famous bull. Many people were taking photos, but my phone was dead, so I could not take selfie. I left my children and my family behind in Georgia. But when I look at everything, I try to imagine that they are here with me, enjoying everything together.” Tamar was photographed by @jr, who prints large-scale photos of his subjects and pastes them onto rooftops, edifices, shipping containers, streetscapes and more. For #nytweekender, we’re sharing some of @jr’s portraits of recent immigrants in #NewYork, shot for #NYTMag. On Thursday, the oversize images were pasted throughout the five boroughs. Hint: You can find Tamar’s portrait on Thompson Street near Spring Street in Manhattan. Share your photos with the hashtag #WalkingNewYork. 1w

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Aboubacar Sidiki Cisse, 25, a security guard from Conakry, #Guinea. Aboubacar arrived in the U.S. on Sept. 10, 2014. “I live in Staten Island now,” he said. “It’s not as dense as in Manhattan, and there are trees. In order to go to Manhattan, I have to take the ferry — it was the first time I rode the boat. In Guinea, boats were only for fishing, so I never went on a boat.” Aboubacar was photographed by @jr, who prints large-scale photos of his subjects and pastes them onto rooftops, edifices, shipping containers, streetscapes and more. For #nytweekender, we’re sharing some of @jr’s portraits of recent immigrants in #NewYork, shot for #NYTMag. On Thursday, the oversize images were pasted throughout the five boroughs. Hint: you can find Aboubacar’s portrait on Pioneer Street in Red Hook — Share your photos with the hashtag #WalkingNewYork. 1w

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nytimes Aboubacar Sidiki Cisse, 25, a security guard from Conakry, #Guinea. Aboubacar arrived in the U.S. on Sept. 10, 2014. “I live in Staten Island now,” he said. “It’s not as dense as in Manhattan, and there are trees. In order to go to Manhattan, I have to take the ferry — it was the first time I rode the boat. In Guinea, boats were only for fishing, so I never went on a boat.” Aboubacar was photographed by @jr, who prints large-scale photos of his subjects and pastes them onto rooftops, edifices, shipping containers, streetscapes and more. For #nytweekender, we’re sharing some of @jr’s portraits of recent immigrants in #NewYork, shot for #NYTMag. On Thursday, the oversize images were pasted throughout the five boroughs. Hint: You can find Aboubacar’s portrait on Pioneer Street in Red Hook — Share your photos with the hashtag #WalkingNewYork. 1w

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compota INCRÍVEL a capa da NYTimes Mag
sobre a NY dos pedestres. A equipe da revista fez uma instalação com a imagem gigantesca de um rapaz caminhando - na verdade, uma composição fotográfica de 62 pedaços, montada na rua no meio de uma madrugada. O making of é mais legal ainda. Assista na nossa pág. no FB:
http://on.fb.me/1DtE0yI
#nytmag #newyork #instalacao
#fotografia #nytimes
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