New Yorker - Way to Brooklyn


Sprint of a breakaway on the Brooklyn Bridge, December 4, 2000, by Sempé for the New Yorker. This bridge was inaugurated in 1883. Many Hollywood disaster movies have tried to destroy it, from Godzilla to Independence Day... but with its two levels, one for cars and one for pedestrians and bicycles, it is still the most beautiful way to cross the East River at sunset.

W: 30 cm; l: 40 cm.  Sold Unframed 
Materials Printed on 300g matt paper, with card mount surround and backed with card.

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