The Downtown Doodler takes a look at the history of Trinity Church in NYC, which has had three buildings, in her latest archidoodle.More
The Downtown Doodler makes a doodle of the intricate architectural details on the Williamsburgh Savings Bank in BrooklynMore
Every other week The Downtown Doodler draws an architectural detail of a building in New York City, an an “archi-doodle.” This week’s design is a combination of elements of different ornamental details at Rockefeller Center.
Rockefeller Center was originally intended to house the new Metropolitan Opera house, but when they backed out in 1931, John …More
Located at 5 Beekman Street, Temple Court has been closed to the public for many years. This architectural gem sits across the street from the Potter Building, which I dutifully drew last year.
The facade caught my eye because I have a soft place in my heart for brick buildings from the late 1880s. Something about the …More
The Downtown Doodler explains Untapped Cities’ new world landmarks logo, from the Washington Square Arch to the Colosseum.More
Last Thursday, Untapped Cities hosted “Parisians vs. New Yorkers” a live illustration session with our columnists David Cessac, Kit Mills (The Art of Style) and the Downtown Doodler at the beautiful French Embassy on 79th Street and 5th Avenue. The event was moderated by Becky Cooper, author of Mapping Manhattan: a Love (and Sometimes Hate) Story …More
Our curated events picks for this week: PEN World Voices Festival, Parisians vs. New Yorkers at the French Embassy, the New Yorker’s passport to the arts.More
Join us for a special event inside the gorgeous French Embassy on 5th Avenue and 79th Street next Thursday, May 2nd from 6:30-8:30pm. In “Parisians vs. New Yorkers,” Untapped Cities invites audience members, Twitter followers and Google Hangout attendees to imagine scenes in NYC and Paris, which will then be live drawn by illustrators David Cessac (Paris), Kit Mills (NYC) and The Downtown …More
“Parisians v. New Yorkers” is a a live drawing session with illustrators David Cessac, Kit Mills and The Downtown Doodler at the New York Travel Festival.More
The Downtown Doodler captures the essence of the Chrysler Building in one doodle.More
You don’t have to wait for Valentines Day to express your love, why not draw your love’s name in a heart on a NYC landmark.More
Introducing the Paris landmarks by the Downtown Doodler, from the Pyramide du Louvre to the Moulin Rouge.More