January 9, 2013

THE CITY IN HIS HANDS.

 
When australian illustrator and obsessive collector James Gulliver Hancock moved to NYC he came up with an crazy, yet amazing, idea: draw and catalogue all the (90.000?) buildings in the city.
From sketches to wooden paintings he illustrates them with his own unique style, not only paying attention to the famous Crysler or Guggenheim but observing kindly all the forgotten architecture of the five boroughs, the one most of the people ignore while passing by on the street.
Find out more about him here.







(all images © James Gulliver Hancock)



1 comment:

  1. lapenaitee1/09/2013

    omg! so beautiful!

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