Infrared NYC

New York City is one of the most photographed places on Earth. View it from a fresh perspective with Infrared NYC. As the name suggests, this series of fine art prints sees photographer Paolo Pettigiani capturing views of the Big Apple as seen from Central Park using infrared digital photography to capture only the light that we can't see. The resulting creations are salmon pink-hued portraits of places that are at once familiar, yet fantastical, and a perfect way to show your love for the city without hanging a cliché on your wall.

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    Typically, having some neon in your house involves an alcohol-themed light more suited to a bar or corner store than a residence. Neon Mfg. Signs elevate the art of lit-up gas beyond the promotion of vices. Handmade by experienced craftsmen, they're available in both desktop and wall-mount form, with designs that range from flying pigs and palm trees to personal slogans and even a comic book-style "POW!" Each comes mounted to a piece of high-quality acrylic and is connected to a UL certified transformer.

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