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Temple of the Seven Golden Camels: On Reading With a Critical Eye and Becoming an Original

A good example of the fantastic level of layout and detail in Chris Ware's work.

‘Building Stories,’ by Chris Ware

Chris Ware’s new graphic novel, about the residents of a Chicago building, comes in a box containing a hard-bound volume or two, pamphlets and leaflets, a huge tabloid and more.

this is a bit like what we were talking about, greyscale + some orange

Winter Wonderland illustrations

Winsor McCay – Little Nemo in Slumberland

Winsor McCay – Little Nemo in Slumberland

Winsor McCay, "Little Nemo in Slumberland", New York Herald du 29 octobre 1905

Character Design / 写るんFes!|| designspiration.net

Black and white illustration of different people with colourful cameras and a brown shibu inu dog by Japanese artist / illustrator Nimura Daisuke

New York “There is something in the New York air that makes sleep useless.” - Simone de Beauvoir

New York by Peter Donnelly, via Behance 'There is something in the New York air that makes sleep useless' - Simone de Beauvoir

Pan Macmillan by Owen Gatley — Agent Pekka

Pan Macmillan by Owen Gatley

Hong Kong - title page illustration for their 'new titles' catalogue. Autumn/Winter 2011 by Owen Gatley

Chris Ware, Building Stories (Branford, the Best Bee in the World)

Chris Ware: Building Stories

The most beautiful books of 2012

All the Buildings in New York

James Gulliver Hancock is an Australian born New York based illustrator who is attempting to draw all of the buildings in New York Like artwork found in sketchbooks.