See Manhattan As It Looked Throughout Its 400-year History!
Would you like to see the way the town looked at the time of its infancy in 1626?
Are you curious about what it looked like when it was invaded by the British in 1664, or when it survived the Revolutionary War in 1783…?
Sasha Vosk, who has spent thirty years working with the art form known as photorealism, has an exciting book project in the works that will do exactly that. It’s called 400 Years of New York History: A Pictorial Guide. Today’s photorealism uses a combination of photography, 3-D modeling and Photoshop painting to create magical depictions that draw readers in.
Anyone who recognizes the impact that New York City has always had and continues to have on the world will welcome the opportunity to view history as never seen before through the pages of this new book.
To fully appreciate Vosk’s concept you need to see it.
Enter your name and email address in the Sign Up form to receive a free download of his rare visual reconstruction of the island Mannahatta, or the “Many Hilled Island,” as it was named by the indigenous Lenape Indians who made it their home before the first Dutch colon Please zoom into this High-resolution poster for a detailed view of what Manhattan looked like for thousands of years.
“New York as New Amsterdam in the 1600s”
is coming up.
today and receive:
* a bonus gift- this unique artistic reconstruction of pre-colonial Manhattan worth $17 (available as a FREE download)
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* FREE access to the book’s sample pages