Check out this amazing profile of Creative Exchange in Fast Company.
To introduce a new generation of New Yorkers to The Players, the historic private social club on Gramercy Park, PKPR has been arranging one-on-one tours for some of New York City’s top nightlife and culture tastemaking news outlets. Check out some of the highlights:
- Guest of a Guest: A Look Inside One of New York’s Oldest and Most Theatrical Social Clubs
- Untapped Cities: The Edwin Booth Bedroom: Preserved in Time at The Players since 1893
With Moogfest set to kick-off May 19th, outlets like Forbes and Discovery took a look at how it is taking the best of traditional music festivals and technology conferences to create an entirely new type of festival experience.
Forbes wrote: “Moogfest stands apart in its ability to converge the intellectual and tactile, letting 30,000 attendees participate in hands-on, immersive events. It offers product demos without feeling like a big ad, making it a destination to display new inventions, collaborations and ideas.” And Discovery News said “the four-day festival has become a popular destination for fast-forward thinkers across the country and the world.”
PKPR secured an exclusive interview for Dr. Martine Rothblatt, the nation’s highest profile transgender CEO, to discuss her keynote at the North Carolina festival in light of the state’s anti-LGBT “bathroom law.”
To launch its Limited Edition Game of Thrones notebook collection, Moleskine recreated the hit series’ opening credits with 7,600 paper cutouts. PKPR placed the jaw-dropping video in dozens of outlets including Business Insider, Nerdist, Slate, CNET, Kotaku, BGR, The A.V. Club, designboom, ArchDaily, DesignFather, Tech Times, Paste, ComicBook, Architizer, PSFK, Digital Arts, Visual News, and Web Urbanist