Kajitsu Restaurant in Manhattan Decent food but mostly very nicely presented. The desert is underwhelming. [ 11/1/2018 ]



Early Fall Sunset [ 10/4/2018 ]



Parisian Sneakers Starting 400 Euros These are already dirty and torn before you even buy them. They are sold as brand new. I'm not sure if they are also smelly, but I would guess they aren't. [ 9/10/2018 ]

Summer Shower The beautiful aftermath of a Summer shower viewed from the Hudson river. [ 8/19/2018 ]

This guy is funny. He rides and electric fat bike with huge tires and tries to pass me at least three times, yet he just doesn't have the power to do it [ 8/18/2018 ]

Road bike bully cries out as I humiliate him after a long chase [ 6/29/2018 ]

Three road bikes humiliated on the east side of Central Park's loop [ 6/15/2018 ]

Car almost runs me over on Madison Avenue [ 6/15/2018 ]

Coney Island in Summer [ 6/9/2018 ]









The gangs are back in business in Manhattan vandalizing everything, including trees. Should anyone dare to talk to the police about this, he will certainly get into trouble. [ 6/1/2018 ]

The way the City has treated the Marble Arch of Inwood is a disgrace. They allowed a car wash to operate on the premises and paint over the marble with disgusting, cheap paint. There is also a ton of filthy graffiti to complete the barbaric effect. [ 4/14/2018 ]

There is always a day every April when the temperatures soar and seemingly every New Yorker is out in Central Park. This year, this magical day arrived on April 14th.





There are so many ways New York City is trying to kill its cyclists. How about allowing cars to park on bike lanes? Even better, why not park police trucks on it? You can also store stuff on bike lanes to make it more difficult for cyclists to get by. Finally, you can leave greenways unrepaired until they become unridable for anyone other than those who ride fat bikes with 4 inch tires that look like Mars rovers on two wheels.





This is astonishing! We have snow in April, and more is coming. So much for global warming...







My name is Daniel Attila, and this is my personal web site which I use as a blog and communication tool. I do have pages on various social media sites but find these limiting as well as controlling. This site is not intended to be a design showcase. Rather, it is built for speed and clarity with as little eye candy as possible.

A long time New Yorker and honors graduate of Columbia University, I have been interested in art and design all my life. Having spent a decade working toward a career in fine art, I jumped into the exploding digital media scene in the 90s when anyone who could spell HTML could get a well paid job. The scene has changed a lot since those early days, and I changed with it, growing constantly.

Beyond digital, I am also fascinated by industrial design, especially vehicles of all kinds. Being an avid cyclist, I enjoy modifying and tuning bicycles and have built a powerful electric bike of my own.

Should you desire to contact me, you can email me at: power shrimp (at) yahoo. No spam please!

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