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42nd Street Apple by Tova Snyder.
This apple depicts landmark buildings, the
New York Public Library and the Chrysler
Building which has come to symbolize New
York City on 42nd Street.
Sponsored by Pfizer Inc
photos: Jon Clay by Richard Renda;
Apples courtesy of Big Apple Fest.
If you would like to get this postcard
or others from the Big Apple Fest to
send to someone you can do so by
going to: www.BigAppleFest.org
"There are no
rotten Apples
here."
Jon Clay
Co-Founder
Big Apple Fest
A colorful
"Universal
Appeal"
by Kenji Hirata
The "Olympic
Apple" from the
Police Athletic
League. Keeping
kids off the street
and having Fun !
The Big Apple Fest launched its first
presentation during the 4th quarter
of 2004 and they will be doing this
again going forward. If you would
like to participate as an artist in the
Fest or a sponsor go to their website
and all the details are there.
You never know, maybe
for the next Harvest some
of your friends will find
your Big Apple on the
streets of Manhattan,
New York City.
The Apple Fest
auctions the
apples off to
raise money
for both these
organizations
dedicated to
helping people
City Harvest
and P.A.L.
Bejeweled City
by Varvara
Tourniaire
This
Apple
is a half
peeled
apple
whose
skin is
covered
in red
rhinestone
hinting at the city's glamorous appeal.
Kaleidoscope by Werner
Bargsten
New York Mets
Apple by "BILLY"
Sponsored
by the New York
Mets.
LOVE THEM APPLES
"The Twin Towers"
"The Love-Knot" Apple by Diane von Furstenberg Sponsored by H. Stern Jewelers. Diane von Furstenberg landed on the
fashion scene in 1972 with a simple credo: "Feel like a woman. Wear a dress." Five million wrap dresses later and the wife
of Austro-Italian Prince Egon von Furstenberg graced the November 1976 cover of Newsweek, being touted as the most
marketable designer since Coco Chanel and a new icon for liberated women. After a stint with her own cosmetics line
and a home furnishings collection, the Brussels-born von Furstenberg stepped away from the fashion limelight and moved
to Paris. In 1992 Diane launched the Silk Assets collection on television home shopping, selling out in less than two hours.
With the help of her daughter-in-law Alexandra, Diane relaunched her clothing line in 1997 and a full sportswear line soon
followed. The iconic wrap dress became the symbol for a new generation of women and style-making celebs like Kirsten
Dunst, Cindy Crawford, and the Hilton sisters now embrace her figure-hugging designs.
"Life is an Art, not a
Science" by footwear
designer Steve
Madden
Fashion to footwear, eyewear and accessories, Marc Ecko -- the artist, designer and entrepreneur stands out
for his ability to fuse the many parts of today's multicultural society into seamless, relevant styles and trends.
"My First Apple"
by Marc Ecko.
"Borderline"
by Rosie
O'Donnell
"Trading Place" by Fashion Model Naomi Campbell
"The Today Show" Apple sponsored by NBC
"Big Apple Fashion Show" by Nicole Miller
"Kissing The Big Apple" by Hip Hop Artist BILLY
"A Night Out" from BILLY
"A Day In The Big Apple" from BILLY
"A Bite of History"
by Elliott Golden

Sponsored by
Intrepid Sea, Air
& Space Museum.
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