“For the first time in his life, Father Knickerbocker went underground yesterday, went underground he and his children, to the number of 150,000, amid the tooting of whistles and the firing of salutes, for a first ride in a subway which for years had been … Read MoreA Wall Breakers Original: NYC Subway Line Typography Posters
After the Easter Conference Finals Game Four overtime winner, Martin St. Louis told Pierre McGuire, in his post-game interview, that “this is our time.” I couldn’t agree more.
2012 Norwich University of the Arts graduate Dan Poharyskyi has been trying to make my mark on the Illustration world. Dan is inspired by the past and traveling. He’s quite adept at creating modern Art Nouveau-style line portraits and cityscapes. I really enjoy the amount of repetition and detail … Read MoreDan Poharyskyi Line Drawings of Iconic New York Sights
Jacob Riis was a Danish American social reformer, journalist and social documentary photographer. He is known for using his photographic and journalistic talents to help the impoverished in New York City; those impoverished New Yorkers were the subject of most of his prolific writings and photography. He endorsed the implementation of … Read MorePhotos of the Horrible Conditions of New York’s Poor in the 1890s by Jacob Riis
Photos courtesy of Cédric Darbord!