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February 12, 2013
Graphic and information designer José Guízar, a New York transplant by way of Mexico, started The Windows of New York, a weekly illustrated series about, yes, the windows of New York. Part ode to architecture and part "self-challenge to never stop looking up," Guizar translates the city's fenestration into simple, charming works of art. From SoHo to the Upper East Side, click through the slideshow to see the rest of the windows.
162 Stanton St. in the Lower East Side
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Windows of New York series by Jose Guizar
962 Lexington Ave. in the Upper East Side
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461 West 47th St. in Clinton
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Windows of New York series by Jose Guizar
290 Lafayette St. in Nolita
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Windows of New York series by Jose Guizar
219 East 4th St. in the East Village
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186 Sullivan St. in the West Village
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Windows of New York by Jose Guizar
94 Bank St. in the West Village
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540 12th St. in the West Village
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Windows of New York by Jose Guizar
113 Thompson St. in SoHo
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Windows of New York by Jose Guizar
617 9th Ave. in Hell's Kitchen
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Windows of New York by Jose Guizar
448 West Broadway in SoHo
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162 stanton lower east side
162 Stanton St. in the Lower East Side

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