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Wanted “Drone” Poster Artist Discusses How He Punked the NYPD
“That first night I couldn’t sleep at all,” Essam recalls. “My heart was pumping and I kept waking up in a cold sweat. Bloomberg, Kelly and his cronies are not going to take this lightly if I get caught.”

Wanted “Drone” Poster Artist Discusses How He Punked the NYPD

“That first night I couldn’t sleep at all,” Essam recalls. “My heart was pumping and I kept waking up in a cold sweat. Bloomberg, Kelly and his cronies are not going to take this lightly if I get caught.”


Wanted “Drone” Poster Artist Discusses How He Punked the NYPD
“That first night I couldn’t sleep at all,” Essam recalls. “My heart was pumping and I kept waking up in a cold sweat. Bloomberg, Kelly and his cronies are not going to take this lightly if I get caught.”

Wanted “Drone” Poster Artist Discusses How He Punked the NYPD

“That first night I couldn’t sleep at all,” Essam recalls. “My heart was pumping and I kept waking up in a cold sweat. Bloomberg, Kelly and his cronies are not going to take this lightly if I get caught.”


 A Short History of Death on the New York City Subway


Kyle Chayka of Animal NYC writes: “The city’s underground transportation system has been under construction for over a century, and people have been dying as a result of it pretty much nonstop since digging first started.”  Read the whole story here.

A Short History of Death on the New York City Subway


Kyle Chayka of Animal NYC writes: “The city’s underground transportation system has been under construction for over a century, and people have been dying as a result of it pretty much nonstop since digging first started.”  Read the whole story here.

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San Fermin 2012: Running of the Bulls

Once again the festival in Pamplona, Spain, which dates to the16th century and is known worldwide for the controversial bullfights and harrowing Running of the Bulls over the city’s cobbled streets is underway. More than a dozen people have been reported injured or gored in the five runs held so far.”

Twitter Map of NYC
The sharp eye of Marina Galperina at Animal brings you Eric Fischer’s Twitter traffic map of New York.  Galperina writes, “This is New York, with New Yorkers’ trips routed and their geotag density mapped out in “10000 points, 30000 vectors.” What do we learn? Broadway is ‘the spine.’ Well, that does make sense.”

Twitter Map of NYC

The sharp eye of Marina Galperina at Animal brings you Eric Fischer’s Twitter traffic map of New York.  Galperina writes, “This is New York, with New Yorkers’ trips routed and their geotag density mapped out in “10000 points, 30000 vectors.” What do we learn? Broadway is ‘the spine.’ Well, that does make sense.”

Twitter Map of NYC
The sharp eye of Marina Galperina at Animal brings you Eric Fischer’s Twitter traffic map of New York.  Galperina writes, “This  is New York, with New Yorkers’ trips routed and their geotag density  mapped out in “10000 points, 30000 vectors.” What do we learn? Broadway  is ‘the spine.’ Well, that does make sense.”

Twitter Map of NYC

The sharp eye of Marina Galperina at Animal brings you Eric Fischer’s Twitter traffic map of New York.  Galperina writes, “This is New York, with New Yorkers’ trips routed and their geotag density mapped out in “10000 points, 30000 vectors.” What do we learn? Broadway is ‘the spine.’ Well, that does make sense.”

Twitter Map of NYC
The sharp eye of Marina Galperina at Animal brings you Eric Fischer’s Twitter traffic map of New York.  Galperina writes, “This  is New York, with New Yorkers’ trips routed and their geotag density  mapped out in “10000 points, 30000 vectors.” What do we learn? Broadway  is ‘the spine.’ Well, that does make sense.”

Twitter Map of NYC

The sharp eye of Marina Galperina at Animal brings you Eric Fischer’s Twitter traffic map of New York.  Galperina writes, “This is New York, with New Yorkers’ trips routed and their geotag density mapped out in “10000 points, 30000 vectors.” What do we learn? Broadway is ‘the spine.’ Well, that does make sense.”

A giant panda sits in a tree at a panda breeding center in Dujiangyan,  Sichuan province January 11, 2012. The giant panda is among six young  giant pandas which were bred in captivity and were released as a group  of “pioneers” into an enclosed forest in Sichuan province. The release  is the first step of a project aiming to help the endangered species to  adapt to the wild environment and eventually survive in the wild, Xinhua  News Agency reported.  REUTERS/China Daily

A giant panda sits in a tree at a panda breeding center in Dujiangyan, Sichuan province January 11, 2012. The giant panda is among six young giant pandas which were bred in captivity and were released as a group of “pioneers” into an enclosed forest in Sichuan province. The release is the first step of a project aiming to help the endangered species to adapt to the wild environment and eventually survive in the wild, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/China Daily

A giant panda sits in a tree at a panda breeding center in Dujiangyan,  Sichuan province January 11, 2012. The giant panda is among six young  giant pandas which were bred in captivity and were released as a group  of “pioneers” into an enclosed forest in Sichuan province. The release  is the first step of a project aiming to help the endangered species to  adapt to the wild environment and eventually survive in the wild, Xinhua  News Agency reported.  REUTERS/China Daily

A giant panda sits in a tree at a panda breeding center in Dujiangyan, Sichuan province January 11, 2012. The giant panda is among six young giant pandas which were bred in captivity and were released as a group of “pioneers” into an enclosed forest in Sichuan province. The release is the first step of a project aiming to help the endangered species to adapt to the wild environment and eventually survive in the wild, Xinhua News Agency reported. REUTERS/China Daily


Animal offers their own nightmare vision of the future of policing in America that follows up on a New York Times illustration showing the evolution (and increased militarization) of riot police.   Bucky Turco and Nate Cepis are proud to offer you the “Occu-Bot.”
Read more here.
(Image: Nate Cepis/ANIMALNewYork)

Animal offers their own nightmare vision of the future of policing in America that follows up on a New York Times illustration showing the evolution (and increased militarization) of riot police.  Bucky Turco and Nate Cepis are proud to offer you the “Occu-Bot.”

Read more here.

(Image: Nate Cepis/ANIMALNewYork)