PKPR booked digitalundivided founder Kathryn Finney on Bloomberg TV’s Bottom Line today to discuss what her organization is doing to increase the number of women of color working in the tech industry.
The Brooklyn CSA+D is back for its second season, giving New Yorkers the chance to buys shares and receive six pieces of original artwork at the end of season.
In advance of the official September 27th opening of Albertine, the French Embassy’s new bookshop and reading on New York City’s Museum Mile, PKPR secured a flurry of preview stories in national and local media, led by a wonderful piece by Jennifer Maloney in the Wall Street Journal yesterday. Other highlights include Publishers Weekly, The Paris Review, Time Out New York, Conde Nast Traveler, Travel + Leisure, Very Short List, and Crain’s New York.
That’s the PKPR team at tonight’s private opening event that featured a ribbon cutting by French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius.
POBA is featured in almost full page article in today’s New York Times in a story by Paul Sullivan on what heirs and estates should do when left with the artwork of a deceased loved one. The article features interviews with POBA founder Sallie Bernard, POBA developer Jennifer Cohen, and the families of several artists featured on POBA including Jaye Smith and Janie Tippet.
Turning notebooks into iPads, Moleskine launched a new notebook collection that works with Livescribe Smartpens, allowing you to translate handwritten notes and sketches into digital form in real-time.
An avalanche of positive media coverage helped pre-orders sell out in just three days. Highlights included: Slate, Fast Company, Esquire, ArchDaily, Design Week, Dezeen, PSFK, designboom, Paste, HypeBeast, StupidDope, Brit + Co, Creative Bloq, and Dexigner.