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Issue No. 16 - Chaos

City Unseen: Color

New York is known as one of the liveliest cities in the country, yet it lacks color thanks to the gray and brown buildings that tower over the city streets. Things can feel a little drab. Finding bright and inviting color here is harder than you would think, besides Times Square, of course, where overwhelming illuminated billboards loom overhead. But, rather than going to the most obvious colorful place in the city, my goal is to find bright color in the most unlikely of places. Finding these hidden gems of chromatic excellence lifts the spirits and brings life back into the concrete jungle. Text and images by Brooke Goldman

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