So if you haven't figured it out yet, Steph and I headed down to NYC for a few days during Spring Break. We explored Soho, Chelsea, and Midtown...and did quite a bit of walking too. We visited the Highline park, where I had worked on my studio project from last semester, had mojitos, went into a few galleries, went to MoMA, and of course shopped. Our hotel was right next to the Queensboro Bridge, so I was also able to grab quote a few shots of that too. Anyways, enjoy this post, the graffiti one, and the black and whites!
this kid was arguing with his little sister over who made it to the curb first
my favorite building in NYC, the Chrysler Building
perfect placement of the graffiti
the highline...if you notice in the distance, there's a geometric form that looks a lot like my studio project...
at what point does a building become art? this frank gehry one comes close.
the display in kleinfelds.
my second favorite building, the Flatiron Building
Queensboro Bridge....where Spiderman saves Mary Jane and a gondola full of kids in the first movie
I want this in my house....now
a little color on a cloudy day
the solow building
the gm building...i think...
i just put this in here because this is what architecture is not supposed to look like.