Lucite Sculptures by Phillip Low

Sculptural wonderment wrangling light across the color spectrum

Artist Phillip Low returns to the market with four one-of-a-kind pieces. Hand-crafted from the high-grade acrylic medium Lucite, these geometric shapes manipulate their environment and dazzle with colorful light dexterity. The new 2013 pieces—called Purple Orange Clear Sculpture, Green Clear Pink Sculpture, Green Black Clear Sculpture and Blue Sculpture—reference Low’s previous acrylic explorations while bringing further dimension amid stylistic variation to his work to date. …

The Contemporary Eau by Thirdman

A refreshing take on 19th century scents

Mystery swathes the fragrance brand Thirdman. Founded by Jean-Christophe le Greves in New York in 2012, their four scents are made in collaboration with some of the world’s most noteworthy perfumers: Jean-Marc Chaillan, Bruno Jovanovic and Clement Gavarry. Each embodies a modern take on 19th century scents, or the “Eau de Cologne.” Fresh and minimal, yet historically inspired, all four products are fit for man, …

“No Limits,” In the Gloaming

Skyscraper-inspired swirls of steel and aluminum sculpture provide free public art

Sponsored content: Three large-scale sculptural works have left their initial Park Avenue placement and ventured south to sit among other iconic Manhattan skyscrapers they re-envision. Situated between and around New York City’s Union Square and Flatiron District, Cuban-born, Madrid-based artist Alexandre Arrechea‘s “No Limits” toys with the theme of flexibility in the midst of stone-and-steel-strong architecture. This outdoor installation, composed of aluminum and steel sculptures, …