Illustrated notes of the city that never sleeps.🗽🍎
New York City is an ever changing landscape. It has a rhythm and feel that is uniquely its own and its why we are proud to live and work here.
Gothamist published this lovely article on artists who are documenting the city as it changes. Spreading across social media they are immortalizing businesses of NYC by sharing sketches, watercolor and 3D prints.
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He’s one of a growing number of New Yorkers who have set out to document and preserve an ever-changing city through DIY projects spread via social media, particularly Instagram. Their creations are love letters to a city that is still only beginning to emerge from the trauma of the pandemic. And in some cases, their efforts bolster an urban landscape where rising rents endanger longtime businesses beloved by locals.
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