Green Label caught up with Instagram sensation, photographer, artist, and skateboarderHumza Deas of New York City and got a glimpse of what it takes to capture some of the most breathtaking photos of New York City you may ever see. Humza talks about his love for NYC, passion for photography, the difficulties of how he started being a photographer from skateboarder, what makes him different from other photographers and much more.
Daily Archives: June 28, 2015
Watch This Car Drive On Two Wheels For An Insane Record Two Minutes
Two minutes and 10 seconds, to be specific, shattering the old record by a wide margin. It’s amazing what you can do with a Nissan Juke RS Nismo if your name is Terry Grant.
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10 Keith Haring Pieces You Should Know
Keith Haring—1980’s New York’s radiant baby, playful pop commentator, punk kid, rap-lite-socialite, political activist, and prolific artist. Through his short, explosive life, his art gathered such exposure that it’s instantly recognizable, on T-shirts, buttons, public works, and yes, tequila bottles.
These Backpacks Are the Perfect Way to Travel With Your Sneakers
Having an extra pair of sneakers on hand can be vital when the situation or weather changes on a dime. For some footwear enthusiasts, switching up what’s on-feet is a mid-day ritual, but it’s not always easy to keep a spare pair around at all times.
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June 30th Gets a Leap Second Because Earth’s Rotation is Slowing Down
If you’re the sort of person who lives by the motto that every second counts, next week, you get to put your money where your mouth is. That’s because, as we first learned back in January, we’re all being gifted a leap second on June 30th.
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The First Human Clinical Trial of Synthetic Blood Will Begin Soon
For decades researchers have been trying to make fake blood to feed shortages, treat people with diseases like sickle cell anemia and even study diseases carried by bloodsucking mosquitoes. Now a candidate for synthetic blood will be tested in the United Kingdom in the first trial of its kind, as James Gallagher reports for BBC.
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Andong Song Becomes First Chinese Player Ever Taken In NHL Draft
For the first time, a Chinese player has been selected in the NHL draft.
Andong Song was chosen by the New York Islanders with the No. 172 pick in the draft Saturday. The defenseman, who goes by the name “Misha,” started playing hockey on a smaller-than-normal rink in Beijing when his mother was trying to find him a sport. Once his talent was spotted, his family moved to Canada and he quickly excelled when he began playing as a 10-year-old.
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