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New York Vertigo

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A collection of photographs that aims to capture the incredible vitality and spectacular variety of life in the world's greatest city - from the intricate dance of the taxis below to the neon buzz drifting up from Times Square; the stern grandeur of the Chrystler Building's eagles to the colour-saturated graffiti in Long Island City.
Hardcover, 192 pages
Published December 1st 2007 by Harry N. Abrams
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Jan 12, 2009 jimstoic rated it liked it
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I only bought this book because it fits nicely in a notch in our midcentury end table. I got it for $8 from Amazon. It consists almost entirely of photos of the New York skyline. They are nice photos, but there are a lot of photos of that one thing.
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