Citysketch New York: Nearly 100 Creative Prompts For Sketching The Big Apple

by Joanne Shurvell, Michelle Lo, Monica Meehan

Race Point Publishing | March 1, 2014 | Trade Paperback

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Part aspirational, part creative, and all doodle. Citysketch New York is a compilation of creative prompts geared to immerse you in the marvels of brilliant New York City. Finish partially created Manhattan skylines, sketch accessories to accompany a 'chic' 5th Ave wardrobe, doodle your own uniquely styled versions of Times Square, and loads more. With guided tips from a New York-based artist on the contours of New York architecture and art, from a fashion designer on the subtleties of New York fashion, and from a cultural expert on the people of New York as well as the food and culture. This is a complete course in Big Apple culture for the enamored. Be inspired. Get creative. After all, a little drawing will help you dream big.

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 176 pages, 8 × 6.25 × 1 in

Published: March 1, 2014

Publisher: Race Point Publishing

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1937994392

ISBN - 13: 9781937994396

Found in: Art and Architecture

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Citysketch New York: Nearly 100 Creative Prompts For Sketching The Big Apple

Citysketch New York: Nearly 100 Creative Prompts For Sketching The Big Apple

by Joanne Shurvell, Michelle Lo, Monica Meehan

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 176 pages, 8 × 6.25 × 1 in

Published: March 1, 2014

Publisher: Race Point Publishing

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1937994392

ISBN - 13: 9781937994396

From the Publisher

Part aspirational, part creative, and all doodle. Citysketch New York is a compilation of creative prompts geared to immerse you in the marvels of brilliant New York City. Finish partially created Manhattan skylines, sketch accessories to accompany a 'chic' 5th Ave wardrobe, doodle your own uniquely styled versions of Times Square, and loads more. With guided tips from a New York-based artist on the contours of New York architecture and art, from a fashion designer on the subtleties of New York fashion, and from a cultural expert on the people of New York as well as the food and culture. This is a complete course in Big Apple culture for the enamored. Be inspired. Get creative. After all, a little drawing will help you dream big.

About the Author

Melissa Wood is an illustrator and architectural planner. Her client list includes Crate & Barrel, Trader Joe's, Neiman Marcus Direct, Nordstrom's, Kate's Paperie, John Grisham, George Lucas, a Hilton heiress, and Oprah Winfrey - just to name a few.

www.mwoodpenblog.com

Michelle Lo studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology and The New School University. After working as an editor, she obtained a chef-training degree and has since worked on numerous cookery books, by leading chefs such as Rene Redzepi and Ferran Adria. Michelle is currently a freelance writer and editor and devotes her life to the pursuit of food and style with her photographer husband and young daughter.

Joanne Shurvell is an award-winning travel and arts writer. She is also the owner of PayneShurvell, a contemporary art gallery in London.

Monica Meehan is a freelance writer and author of The Viennese Kitchen: Tante Hertha’s Book of Family Recipes. Originally from Canada, Monica works in publishing and divides her time between New York and London. Monica is an avid traveler, cook, and people-watcher.

Editorial Reviews

"a fun book full of creative prompts geared to get you doodling on your travels." - The Times