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This Artist Has PhotoShopped NYC Into A Beautiful Ghost-Town

Rob Grams Rob Grams

This Artist Has PhotoShopped NYC Into A Beautiful Ghost-Town

NYC is bursting at the seems with amazing architecture… as it is with people and traffic. At street level, with the army of pedestrian foot traffic and streets flooded with cars, it can be hard to appreciate the beauty that looms overhead.

One photographer, Marc Yankus, in his new work The Secret Lives of Buildings, offers us a distraction free look at what the city without the street level hustle and bustle. There is something weirdly off-putting but strangely inviting about the images. They are New York without the… without the New York!

Check out some examples of his work below before “The Secret Lives of Buildings” shows at ClampArt Gallery on November 26:

Alwyn Court
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Mark Yankus
Bank on Eighth
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Mark Yankus
Dorilton Apartments
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Mark Yankus
The Flatiron Building
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Mark Yankus
Haughwout Building
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Mark Yankus
Nineteenth Street
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Mark Yankus
The Empire State Building
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Mark Yankus
The Van Dyke Building
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Mark Yankus
Three Buildings on West Tenth Street
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Mark Yankus
West 72nd Street
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Mark Yankus
The Ansonia
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Mark Yankus
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