Gone but not forgotten are these architecturally significant buildings of New York. Illustrator Raymond Biesinger celebrates these historic icons in his signature style with "Lost Buildings". The series features buildings of architectural, cultural or social importance, all of which have been bulldozed or burned out of existence. The perfect gift for preservationists, historians, architects and fans of architecture!
Signed and dated, open edition archival print on matte white paper.
Lost Buildings of Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx and Manhattan are available in stock. Other U.S. cities and boroughs are available to order through touchGOODS.
See the "Lost Buildings" of NY collection right here
"19 Lost Buildings of Manhattan" print shown here with 17" wide 'No Strings Attached Wood Poster Hangers' by Rekindle.
Available in white oak (shown), walnut, and blackened oak.
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Queens Lost Buildings 17x22" Art Print by Raymond Biesinger
Brooklyn Lost Buildings 17"x22" Art Print by Raymond Biesinger
This is a 17-point chart showing Brooklyn buildings of architectural, cultural, or social importance, all of which were bulldozed or burned out of existence between 1936 and 2017. Get it here
Past clients include Adidas, BMW, Billboard, Business Week, Creative Review, Dwell, the Economist, Lucky Peach, Fast Company, the Financial Times, Folio Society, Fortune, the Guardian, GQ, Le Monde, Money, Monocle, the New Scientist, the New Yorker, the New York Times, Men’s Health, the Pitchfork Review, PRINT, the Progressive, Real Simple, Reader's Digest Canada, the Stranger, Sub Pop, Time, the Times, Toyota, the Washington Post, WIRED, etc.
Courtesy of Fifteen.ca Raymond Biesinger Illustration Inc.