Doo·dle [ dood'l ] verb: A doodle is a small, mindless sketch (although some doodles may represent unconscious thought). People usually make doodles while bored or concentrating on something else, such as talking on the phone or passing time in lectures.
Thursday, July 3, 2014
Untapped Cities Recap: New Yorker Hotel Drawing
Built in the roaring twenties by Sugerman & Berger, but opened during the great depression, the New Yorker Hotel has lived in the heart of Manhattan on 8th avenue between 34th and 35th streets.
Click the image below to jump to the Untapped Cities website to see the full doodle and more about the history.