andrew bly distills the streets of new york city into color palettes andrew bly distills the streets of new york city into color palettes
mar 28, 2015

andrew bly distills the streets of new york city into color palettes

andrew bly distills the streets of new york city into color palettes
images © andrew c bly




influenced by the streets of new york city, architect and art director andrew c bly, has created a series of palattes called, ‘color me NYC’. the project focuses on the infinite vignettes of life in the city, and spontaneous combinations caused by mis-matched posters, paints, street art, etc. to view more of the works, you can visit the site here.

(left) south street seaport
(right) bleecker street

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(left) division street
(right) lafayette street

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(left) ludlow street
(right) 1st avenue/friday the 13th/fineline tattoo

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(left) great jones street
(right) lafayette/shepard fairey



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