“I found myself agape, admiring a sky-scraper the prow of the Flat-iron Building, to be particular, ploughing up through the traffic of Broadway and Fifth Avenue in the afternoon light.” H. G. Wells
It has been called one of the world’s most iconic skyscrapers and a quintessential symbol of New York City. In the 1998 film Godzilla, it is accidentally destroyed by the US Army while in pursuit of the giant reptile. Luckily it’s Beaux-Arts bones were still standing strong when I explored downtown NYC in mid-2015, allowing me to capture a moment of supremely focused light which distinguished it’s curvaceous contour against formidable skies.
Now you can also enjoy this National Historic Landmark without the trauma of a cross country red eye or brush with a naked cowboy in Times Square.
This atmospheric limited edition print is available to purchase right here with a few mere taps on your keyboard.
Slice of light runs up the Flat Iron Building, NYC by Architects: D.H. Burnham & Co. (1902)
190gsmArchival Ilford Watercolour Paper
Inkjet Fine Art Printer
20cm x 30cm approx (8″ x 12″) including white border
Edition of 100
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