An artist reimagines NYC: PHOTOS

Pittsburgh-based Nathan Doverspike launched Kickstarter campaign to raise $3,500

TRD New York /
Apr.April 29, 2015 11:20 AM

A Pittsburgh-based artist has re-imagined the city’s most famous landmarks, culture and history.

Nathan Doverspike has spent the past four months drawing famous landmarks by hand, Curbed reported. Doverspike has started a Kickstarter campaign to fund his art. He hopes to raise $3,500 in total, according to the website.

The prints include the Chrysler Building, the Wonder Wheel and much more. Take a close look to see how many famous NYC sites you can find. [Curbed] and [Kickstarter] — Claire Moses


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