James Gulliver Hancock's visual archive will not only act as a new geographical record of the urban landscape, but as a time capsule of our specific moment in history.

In a true demonstration of alternative cartography, Australian artist James Gulliver Hancock has a new project in which he will attempt to draw all of the buildings in Manhattan. This visual archive will not only act as a new geographical record of the urban landscape, but as a time capsule of our specific moment in history.

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All The Buildings in New York

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