About Maayan

I am a Junior at Pratt, majoring in Graphic Design. Currently, I have been Jewcy's Art and Design intern for the past year, yes year, learning the inter-workings of the wonderful world of Jewcy. Next semester I am studying abroad at Bauhaus, University in Weimar, Germany.

Esquire: Jews Will Dominate 21st Century

By September 30, 2008

This unbridled display of ethnic pride is brought to you unintentionally by Esquire, the magazine that recently compiled a list of the 75 people that will be most responsible for shaping and defining the times we live in. Esquire says, … Read More

The Brooklynites

By September 19, 2008

A complex and quixotic urban animal found ranging across southeast New York City, the Brooklynite has obtained a sort of mythological status, representing the "you tawkin’ to me?" attitude for which the city is world-renowned. For over three years, writer … Read More

Girls In Flight

By September 12, 2008

Flying the friendly skies, Brian Finke began photographing flight attendants as he crisscrossed the country on Delta, JetBlue, Hawaiian, Hooters Air, Southwest, and Song airlines, before going abroad on Air France, Qantas, and British Airways. In London, he visited a … Read More


By September 12, 2008

Slava Mogutin, the notorious Russian dissident-turned-art star and creator of the critically acclaimed Lost Boys (powerHouse Books, 2006), returns with his second monograph, NYC Go-Go, a tribute to the golden age of New York City nightlife. The once glittering club … Read More

Sometimes Overwhelming

By July 31, 2008

"Arlene Gottfried is a photographer with an eye and a mind on the city streets-an ‘insider' with an ability to capture images of life that are raw, real, hard-edged, and caustic, and at the same time affectionate, funny, and loving." … Read More

This Means Nothing

By July 24, 2008

Over the past decade, French photographer Le Bijoutier has roamed the five boroughs of New York City, documenting the evolution of street art. Unlike graffiti artists, whose bombing campaigns mark them in the public eye as vandals, the work of … Read More

Women Who Light The Dark

By July 17, 2008

Travel with photojournalist Paola Gianturco: climb Annapurna; eat lunch while soldiers carry sandbags to the roof; watch a traditional healer at work; attend a Muslim reception with ambassadors, rabbis, bishops and cabinet ministers; witness a ceremony that welcomes indigenous babies … Read More

25 Under 25

By July 9, 2008

25 Under 25: Up-and-Coming American Photographers, Volume 2 showcases 25 more of America’s most promising photographers, 25 years old and younger. Illuminating and sometimes startling, the collection presents work by an emerging generation of photographers at the start of their … Read More