Introducing Hooligan Eats!

Introducing Hooligan Eats!
We’re excited to unveil “Hooligan Eats,” a taste of New York City curated by Hooligan Founder Kane Platt. We dine with clients and industry people enough to be very, very full. So why not blog about it? After all, NYC boasts arguably the best restaurant scene in the world — and eating well is in ...

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 ...

Hooligan on the Run for MS

Hooligan on the Run for MS
On November 4th, our very own Thomas Ostuni will compete in the fifth largest sporting event on the planet  – and the largest of its sport — The ING New York City Marathon. With two million live spectators and 315 million watching on TV, it’s considered the world’s great road race. For most New Yorkers, ...

Peter Mostert Contributes to “Right There” Documentary Short

Peter Mostert Contributes to
Right There, an independent documentary short film edited by our own Peter Mostert, will screen at the 35th Mill Valley Film Festival on October 11th and 14th. Directed by Florence Buchanan, Right There is a profound film about tolerance — from the intimate perspective of the children at PS 234, a school just three blocks ...