A Skyline Made of Gold
A century after New York’s most magnificent architectural era, an illustrator pays homage to its soaring structures, from the ones still standing to those long ago forgotten.
Coming to New York City as a youth, I was dazzled by the excitement, chaos and historic significance of Manhattan. For the past twenty years, I have used illustration as a medium to recapture one of the city’s classic periods and present it to a new audience. With ink marker and digital enhancements, I seek to capture New York’s Gilded Age of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, a stunning time period when the city’s collective imagination ran wild and magnificent structures soared to the sky.
The Puck Building
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