Illustrator Eric Rosner has been depicting iconic structures of New York’s golden age for 20 years. Beginning with ink marker and ending with digital enhancement, he creates highly detailed, though quirky, architectural renderings with the goal of showcasing New York City’s most eloquent inhabitants. Rosner is inspired by both real and imagined history, which combine to help form his unique view of the urban landscape.

More of Rosner’s drawings are found after the jump.

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