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"One of our all-time favorite illustrators and lifelong New Yorker, Julia Rothman created an homage to her hometown. Filled with interesting historical tidbits, off-the-beaten path spots to visit, and interviews with locals, it's the perfect book if you've been to the city a million times, live here or have it on your bucket list." - Design Sponge
"In an endearing combination memoir and Baedeker, the illustrator Julia Rothman serves up factoids and ruminations..." -The New York Times
"From bodegas to bras, a visual serenade to Gotham's emblems and eccentricities." - Maria Popova, Brain Pickings
"This "illustrated love letter to the five boroughs" is also a guidebook full of details, including where the original Original Ray's was, and a journal about oddly memorable New York moments." - Time Out NY
"...a whimsical, kaleidoscopic perspective on a city that's changing by the second." - Fast Company
"An endearing combination memoir and Baedeker." - New York Times
"Julia's Rothman's love letter to NYC is one of the most moving things I've read all year. Whether you're a local or just visiting, it breaks down some of the most beloved - and unknown - areas of all five boroughs and brings them to life." - Design*Sponge
"Julia Rothman has been one of my favorite illustrators for the past ten years, and this book hit home with me in a way that few other books have ever done. From heartfelt poems dedicated to New York City's bodegas to the beautifully illustrated ceilings of Grand Central Station, Hello, New York is both a welcome guide to visitors and new residents and a familiar friend to those who grew up here." - Grace Bonney, Design*Sponge
"Artist and author Julia Rothman pays eclectic tribute to the city, illustrating the unexpected.... Very personal and charming." - New York Daily News
Julia Rothman, a lifelong New Yorker, has created illustrations and pattern designs for newspapers, magazines, wallpaper, bedding, books, dishware and subway posters. She is part of the award-winning three-person design studio called ALSO and runs the blog Book By Its Cover. She also authored Farm Anatomy and Drawn In and co-authored The Exquisite Book and The Where, the Why and the How. She lives and works from her studio in Brooklyn, New York.
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Just got this for a friend and it's a perfect gift for anyone who adores New York. It absolutely beautiful and the illustrations are amazing. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Brien Sonson
While this book was not exactly what I expected, I liked reading it, and found a few spots that will be part of my next trip to the city.Published 7 months ago by Rhona E. Foster