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Photography of the Grand Central Terminal 100 Year Anniversary -...

Photography of the Grand Central Terminal 100 Year Anniversary - New York City One of the grandest buildings in New York City, the Grand Central Terminal is as relevant today as it was when it first opened back in the beginning of the 20th century.  Today we pay tribute to one of the most amazing landmarks of New York City: Grand Central Terminal . We’ve had a love affair with this beautiful building from the moment we arrived in New York many years ago. Grand Central Terminal survived many These astonishingly beautiful black & white and sometimes sepia-colored photographs have something dauntingly beautiful.  The effect would be difficult if not impossible to repeat today. The terminal used to be filled with sooth from the trains and quite a bit of tobacco smoke.  In addition, light can no longer beam in because of the numerous tall adjacent buildings that now dwarf Grand Central Terminal.  Still, it is nice to try to imagine what it felt like to stand in those beau

Illustrations by Lidia Puspita

Illustrations by Lidia Puspita

Illustrations by Lidia Puspita

Illustrations by Lidia Puspita

Street Artist: ViolantLet’s have a look at the murals...

Street Artist: Violant Let’s have a look at the murals signed by Joao Mauricio a.k.a. Violant , the talented Portuguese artist from Lisbon. Some photos by Paulo Rocha  and  João Pepino . Enjoy past street art features and follow us on Twitter , Facebook , and  Instagram . posted by tu recepcja

Game of Thrones Illustrations by Bartosz Kosowski website l...

Game of Thrones Illustrations by  Bartosz Kosowski website l behance l tumblr l instagram l store

Artist: Bernard Saint Maxent Born in 1970, Bernard Saint Maxent...

Bernard Saint Maxent Bernard Saint Maxent Bernard Saint Maxent Bernard Saint Maxent Bernard Saint Maxent Bernard Saint Maxent Bernard Saint Maxent Bernard Saint Maxent Artist:  Bernard Saint Maxent  Born in 1970, Bernard Saint Maxent wasn’t able to be an artist for years. He was still staring at his empty canvas, blocked by the white space. But his mind found a way and gave birth to a small sculpture without name or gender, like his guardian angel, who creates for him. Saint Maxent gave us a lesson to overcome creative block: Making Art that makes Art. Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original Art Selected by Very Private Art

Melissa Doskotz

Melissa Doskotz