Industrial DJ/producer Krychek sprinkles this freakishly warm week with a brand new mix. How should we accent this unseasonably toasty time? Glad you asked.
Happy New Year! One of the fun projects up our sleeve in 2014 is an Instagram Takeover (#greenpointers_takeover)!
52 Photographers, Artists and Instagram Addicts will be given the password to our @greenpointers Instagram account for 1 week each in 2014. It’s going to be crazy!
Then at the end of the year we will put together a zine and exhibit of some of the best work. Want to participate? Click here and fill out the form.
We can’t wait to see what this amazing Brooklyn community of photographers has in store for us this year!
Remember to check out the tag #greenpointers_takeover to see all the photos!
GET YOUR GREENPOINTERS ZINE, T-SHIRTS & TOTES!!!
If you were able to pay us a visit at the Holiday Market yesterday, maybe you noticed our lovely Illustrator Libby (who made the amazing poster for the market!) – who was manning our table shaking guests down for $1 raffle tickets. Our Writer’s Fund is very healthy thanks to her skills of persuasion! Continue reading
You all know about the $19.5 Million settlement from Exxon Mobil that is to be used in 11222 for Environmental Funding, right? And you know the proposals are due on 12/18/13, right?
I want to share with you Greenpointers’ project idea called 365 Green Living Pointers and ask for your feedback and pledge for support. Continue reading
3rd Ward may have had its faults (more of them than we imagined, it seems), but there was something deeply inspiring about a huge workspace and resource center designed especially for Brooklyn’s many talented creators, and we’d be lying if we told you its presence won’t be missed. However, in the wake of the spot’s closure, we’ve found ourselves reminded time and again that 3rd Ward wasn’t the only game in town–so many of our friends and neighbors have other studios, class centers, coworking quarters and event spaces with their own amazing offerings. Bushwick Daily and Greenpointers reached out to some of our favorite such institutions, and it’s with great pride that we present our readers with our official guide to ten of this borough’s greatest places to take your creativity when making is your job. Take a look through–you can thank us when you get settled in at a place that hooks it up and makes it happen!
You may have noticed that we revamped our logo into a Neon font. It was all in preparation for an amazing project that I want to tell you about – Greenpointers Neon Sign Documentary.
We decided to get a badass NEON sign, which we can take to all of our events and markets, a sign that reflects who we are and what we believe in – local MADE IN NYC craftsmanship – and of course document the process from start to finish with the direction of the talented Miguel A. Rodriguez (my best friend in the entire world!)
Our Neon Sign Documentary will star Robbie Ingui of Artistic Neon, a 2nd generation Neon Sign Maker. This guy is super talented, hilarious and has thee best NY accent ever! Not only will we film him making our sign and teaching us about the process, but we will also interview his father (in upstate NY) and Thomas Rinaldi, who wrote the amazing book New York Neon to learn about the history of Neon Sign Making and how it has created a unique visual landscape here for the past 100 years.
If you think this project rules, then please consider making a donation to our Kickstarter Fundraiser, which launches today and ends on 11/10/2013.
Our goal is to raise $3000 to create this short documentary and there are many awesome rewards for funding – including rice balls.
For more info, check out our Greenpointers Neon Sign Documentary Kickstarter page AND thanks in advance for your support!
We are having a proper party with Cake from Ovenly and this year Reggae from Soul Imperial at The Diamond Bar (43 Franklin St) on Friday September 27, 2013 at 9pm.
Drink Special from 9-10pm: $1 OFF Beer & Wine
Come early to get a free piece of cake – it will run out!
For the record, Justine C. started Greenpointers in 2007, and Jen G. took over it in 2011. So it’s 2 & 6 years old.
Americana maestros Leland Sundries curate this week’s rootsy playlist. Dust off that jar o’ moonshine and prepare to set sail after the jump.
Garage kids Shark? curate this week’s reggae-heavy playlist. Pass what you’ve got to the lefthand side and crank the set after a jump.