Friday, 28 September 2012

Postcards from the Edge: Sidewalks of New York

When visiting a city like New York, it becomes natural to allow one’s gaze to wander upwards towards the top of the highest skyscrapers. These impressive examples of architecture embody the human desire to literally grow and their scale causes admiration for the ambition to build inhabitable social spaces. However, one can sometimes find truly creative genius in the pavements of the city, like these playful and colourful Jackson Pollock-esque drops of paint looking almost lost amidst the bustle of the West Village.



© João Paulo Nunes / The Style Examiner

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