[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Featuring posters and prints dedicated to New York City with the occasional detour to other states New Yorkled has traveled to. Within this collection are offerings from Art.com as well as others solely from New Yorkled’s own collection as offered through Imagekind. With all of it mixed into one bunch, yet navigable through links and more.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]Here we have New Yorkled’s finest collection of images, photos and artistic creations offered in the form of posters, prints and perhaps even downloads.
From the Harlem River all the way down to Hudson Harbor NYC is brimming with sights of all sizes and architectural delights to please the eyes. With all the many parks, street scenes, skyscrapers and landmarks it’s no wonder that some tourists find themselves overwhelmed and dazzled. New Yorkled has had the pleasure of exploring this city of New York for years from end to end yet there are days when yours truly is baffled to find something new to experience for the first time. ‘and it is on those days that one feels truly proud to be a New Yorker.
On another note, this town has been in the news time and time again. Heck, it’s even been the star of many films and home to many stars and performers of all sorts, big businesses, sports teams renowned the world over and it may very well be the biggest tourist attraction in North America. Well, maybe. Yet regardless of whether it is or not, New Yorkled’s been all over to bring about so very many images for you to enjoy. So whether you’re here to purchase a poster or print or if you’re just here to browse and enjoy the sights then it’s all fine. Yours truly simply hopes you’ll enjoy your stay here and perhaps help to spread the word. Mind you there’ll be a great many additions to this collection on the way in the days and weeks ahead.
So in ending, many thanks for the visit and enjoy your days ahead.[/vc_column_text][vc_cta_button2 h2=”Please Keep In Mind” style=”rounded” txt_align=”left” title=”Text on the button” btn_style=”rounded” color=”blue” size=”md” position=”right” accent_color=”#a6fcf5″]That this site exists for the purpose of raising funds for keeping the main New Yorkled Magazine Site running. A site which has provided mostly free services to local organizers for years and in turn shared their info freely with the general public.[/vc_cta_button2][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]
Poster Collection Pages within this Site:
- 42nd Street – Located in midtown Manhattan and traversing the island directly from east to west is this street known the world over.
- Boats – Ferries – Ships – Being that the island of Manhattan is surrounded by water it’d stand to figure we’d feature boat artwork as well, coupled of course with the city’s imagery. But included as well are sea faring visions from afar.
- Bridges – Amongst this towns architectural wonders are those great big bridges spanning the waters fro borough to borough and from state to state.
- Brooklyn Bridge – Known the world over is this landmark bridge that’s well over 200 years old and a big time fave of ours!
- Central Park – Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted is that gem of a park which keeps all New Yorkers sane.
- Christmas – We’d be sorely amiss if we didn’t pay homage to the season for which our city is most loved.
- Chrysler Building – Found along East 42nd Street is this other gem of a New York City Art Deco Landmark.
- Coney Island – Found at the southern most tip of Brooklyn is this section which played host to the 1939 Worlds Fair.
- Empire State Building – Quite possibly the most popular skyscraper in the world for decades.
- Fifth Avenue – Another very well known street of New York City.
- Fireworks – Nothing’s more spectacular than viewing them pyrotechnic displays over a New York City icon or two.
- Flatiron Building – Yet another iconic architectural treat…yet not as well known as some of our other landmarks.
- George Washington Bridge – Connecting Manhattan with New Jersey is this grand structure spanning over the Hudson River.
- Grand Central Terminal – Here’s that almost monolithic Beaux-Arts styled terminal centrally located in Manhattan.
- Hotels – Aside from all our landmarks, skyscrapers and icons would be the many hotels.
- Manhattan Bridge – That ever changing beautiful skyline of this city is quite the sight. ‘and here are numerous posters and prints showing it all off!
- Manhattan Skyline – That ever changing beautiful skyline of this city is quite the sight. ‘and here are numerous posters and prints showing it all off!
- New Year – From that annual party in Times Square to the one which takes place in Chinatown.
- Niagara Falls – Located hundreds of miles away but still a major New York State attraction.
- Police / NYPD – New York’s got one of the greatest police forces in all the world…Of course they deserve a page here!
- Parades – Not only are our building big but so are our celebrations.
- Radio City Music Hall – Home to the Rockettes and that wonderful annual Christmas Spectacular drawing thousands every season.
- Rockefeller Center – Aside from the NBC network and skating rink this here is what makes NYC the unofficial Christmas Capital of the World.
- Skyscrapers – Monolithic wonders is what I call ‘em sometimes. Big, Tall, Sturdy and lots of them!
- Statue of Liberty – Another hugely iconic wonder found only in New York City!
- Taxi Cabs – Sometimes in midtown and at other parts of the city you’ll spot what appears to be a sea of yellow. Yellow Taxicabs that is.
- Times Square – Sometimes referred as the ‘Crossroads of the World’ and other times called the ‘Great White Way’. to out of towners it’s that truly Unforgettable section of NYC!
- United Nations – Since the early 1950s the UN Headquarters is found in midtown right off the East River.
- Wall Street – Another major locale within this great big city of ours.
- Winter – Posters and Prints featuring NYC covered in that beautiful white.
- World Trade Center – 911 – Speaks for itself