Australian illustrator James Gulliver Hancock jeopardizes accurate perspective , proportion and color to add a childlike, colorful and playful interpretation of buildings. The sketches are from his new book “All the Buildings in New York *That I’ve Drawn So Far” by Universe Publishing (Rizzoli). It would be so nice if the city was really looking like that!
“Skateboarding, as the old saying has it, is not a crime. But as these pictures show, riding a deck can sure feel criminally fun.” / Skateboarding in New York, 1965. / LIFE magazine