Ysa Pérez's Guide to NYC
Ysa Pérez's Guide to NYCYsa Pérez
Born & raised in Rochester NYC, Ysa Pérez's body of work is "a raw, honest and real documentation of my gypsy nomadic lifestyle." Constantly hopping from NYC, Streatham, Kingston, Mexico City and more means she's hard to catch. Throwing her life into a suitcase has resulted in an impressive archive of global youth culture. She truly has painted a refreshingly real picture of the creative and independently connected modern day traveller.
Ysa's been riding with Trippin from the jump and we held our first ever exhibition in London featuring her work. Jump on this guide for a real mix of ish to do and eat in NYC.
In this Guide
“More Williamsburg shit. Five Leaves is one of my FAVORITE restaurants, mmm truffle fries, good for dinner but sick for brunch. It's in a prime spot so can get busy”More Info
“Cheap ass falafel right off the Bedford L stop, Oasis, Williamsburg staple, not the fanciest, but solid for price and just on the go when you tryna eat quick”More Info
“Definitely check out The Lot. Opened a few summers ago in this abandoned lot no one was using. Now it's a place to chill outside grab drinks, think that weird park ting in Shoreditch, same vibes... there are DJs playing all day”More Info
“All your vintage needs, this Japanese place plays tight ass music and has hella gear”More Info
“Sweets! Milkshake that tastes exactly like cereal, next door to The Commodore”More Info