Above- the High Line http://www.nyc-architecture.com/SPEC/GAL-HIGHLINE2.htm Here is a short collection the great work of Stephen Wilkes. (http://www.stephenwilkes.com) Love it. Especially one of the Flat Iron Building. Above- Park Avenue I guess there are no cars other than taxis in NYC….. Above- Times Square Above- Central Park Above- Coney Island Above- The Flatiron
Nick Walker, the renowned British graffiti artist, painted “The Morning After New York” one night in October 2008 on the side of a building in the East Village.
BMW Guggenheim Lab- is there an actual purpose to this or is it a cunning viral scheme to entice a new generation of rich hipsters to German luxury cars?
With the building designed by Tsukamoto, the co-principal of Atelier Bow-Wow, the eclectic programming is "part social experiment, part conceptual art installation and part quixotic entertainment". Hmmmm.
If you live in New York or if you want go in New york like a tourist ,you must see this really crazy and wired sculptures of this city.
SIMON FIELDHOUSE is an Artist who lives and works in Sydney, Australia and mainly paints historic Architecture.