“Hallo, Berlin” by Erin Bowser

“Hallo, Berlin” by Erin Bowser
In mid-June, my friend Amy and I had the pleasure of traveling to Germany to visit our dear friend Jacki (high school crony and temporary ex-pat). Below is my list of essential Berlin activities: Bearpit Karaoke in Mauerpark On Sundays, hungover Germans make their way over to Mauerpark – beers in hand – to watch ...

Different Strokes: Eric Carlson is Talkin’ Ping Pong

Different Strokes: Eric Carlson is Talkin' Ping Pong
Last year’s annual East Coast AICP Holiday Party was held at SPiN, New York’s hot new social club co-owned by Susan Sarandon. The draw at SPiN is ping pong — 17 table’s worth — along with a full bar, VIP rooms and a pro-shop. Celebration and cocktails filled the evening, along with an exhibition by ...

Sometimes Good Guys Don’t Shoot Analog

Sometimes Good Guys Don't Shoot Analog
We previously profiled Rommel’s 8×10 instant photography for The Impossible Project. This week we go back to the future and get smart with Hooligan Editor Thomas Ostuni. Instagram is getting popular — matter o’ fact,  it’s growing faster than Twitter —  how about 7.3 million active daily users this month according to recent reports. Say ...

Sock Hop!

Sock Hop!
Sitting in meetings, I couldn’t help but notice that Eric, Kane, Shane and Barney all have remarkable taste in socks and shoes. Eric’s ever-striking sense of style never misses a detail, head-to-toe! So when it comes to socks, he remains loyal to Sir Paul Smith for design, durability and comfort. Now Shane and Kane typically ...

Rommel Pecson: The Impossible “IT” Man

Rommel Pecson: The Impossible
What folks outside of our creative circle may not know is, we’ve got one of NYC’s most amazing photographers on staff. Meet Rommel Pecson, the IT man here at Hooligan. Rommel handles all of our networking needs on both the production and account side to help keep us connected and our clients happy. But now to the ...