A tabloid newspaper covering design, written and designed live, then delivered across NYC each morning during four days in May.
Monday May 19, 2014
Grab one from a Newsie!
Jacob K. Javits Center
655 W 34th St, New York, NY
269 11th Avenue New York, NY
Industry City [Brooklyn]
241 37th Street, Brooklyn, NY
Get one at the Official C77DD Reading Rooms
Rapha Cycle Club
64 Gansevoort St, New York, NY
Mon to Sat - 8am to 8pm
Sunday - 8am to 6pm
201 Mulberry Street, New York, NY
Fri to Sun - 11am to 7pm
Monday - 11am to 3pm
Get one at these Design Destinations
Sight Unseen's OFFSITE
200 Lafayette Street, New York, NY
Fri to Mon - 11am to 7pm
Alessi, 130 Greene St
Atelier Courbet, 175/177 Mott St
Blu Dot, 140 Wooster St
Environment, 350-352 Bowery
Fab Showroom, 151 Wooster St
Foscarini, 17 Greene St
Fritz Hansen, 22 Wooster St
Room & Board, 105 Wooster St
Storefront for Art & Architecture, 97 Kenmare St (at Centre)
The Future Perfect, 55 Great Jones St
Vitsoe, 33 Bond St
WeWork Lounge, 173 Lafayette St (at Grand)
Lucille Ortel Theater
Museum of Chinese in America
New York Historical Society
New York Botanical Garden
Museum of Arts and Design
Inquiries: mail -a-t- core77.com
The C77 Design Daily. A brand new publication, to be created, printed and distributed every day for four days in New York City, covering the design events and exhibitions happening in the city in the middle of May during the citywide design celebration now called NYCxDesign. 16 full-color pages of archival quality, tabloid-sized newsprint, reported and assembled each evening and printed overnight, then distributed across 20 different venue via truck, tricycle and wire newspaper racks, not to mention honest-to-goodness newsies. As always, we hope to bring you the very best of NYCxDesign, from the myriad events and exhibitions showcasing designers and projects from the world over to lesser-known corners of the city we call home.
Core77 is probably the oldest Internet magazine, publishing continuously on the web since February of 1995, back when we were students at Brooklyn's Pratt Institute. We've had our share of adventures online and off in the past 19 years, but we've never tried anything quite like this.
While we'd love to crank out 16 pages worth of original reporting and content every day, the reality is that the newspapers (and yes, tabloids) that the C77 Design Daily is modeled on operate on various lead times, so a substantial proportion of the content will, in fact, be prepared in advance. This includes the in-depth feature stories, organizer/curator profiles and studio visits that anchor the publication, as well as some of the fun stuff like crosswords, Ask Ayse, etc.
That said, the balance of the content -- the really juicy, of-the-moment stuff -- will be reported within 24 hours, and you can expect each issue of the C77DD to include the kind of real-time, finger-on-the-pulse, [insert cliche here] event coverage that predates Twitter by centuries.
Hit us up at #C77DD for news and tips, and tag us for a chance to have your Instagram pics published in the Daily!
Every morning from Friday, May 16 Monday, May 19, we will be delivering bundled papers to major venues: The Javits Center, WantedDesign, Sight Unseen OFFSITE and Industry City, where visitors will also have the chance to get their daily news from real, live newsies. We have also identified ~20 additional distribution points throughout the city -- visitors are advised to look out for our custom CMYK newspaper racks and encouraged to visit our pop-up Reading Rooms in Lower Manhattan:
Rapha Cycle Club - 64 Gansevoort St., New York, NY 10014
INTRO/NY - 201 Mulberry St., New York, NY 10012
Project Manager: Jennifer Krichels (jenniferkrichels.com)
Design: Studio Lin (studiolin.org)
Editor: Ray Hu
Senior Editors: Mason Currey (masoncurrey.com), N. Rain Noe
Correspondents: Ali Morris, Erika Rae Owen, Kat Bauman
Photographers: Alex Welsh (alexwelsh.com), Glen Taylor, Jeff Enlow (enlowphotos.com)
Photo Editor: Joseph Gonzalez
Illustrations: Craighton Berman (fueledbycoffee.com), Andy Rementer (andyrementer.com)
Contributors: Ayse Birsel, Nick Foster, Anne Quito, Ian Volner, Kristen Wentrcek, more
Inquiries: mail -a-t- core77.com