The new Bank of America tower (right) on 42nd street.
FL Wright once said that architects could always grow ivy over their mistakes. There ain't enough kudzu in Georgia to cover this one. It's taller than the Chrysler Building.
The Conde Nast Building,
like a giant vacuum tube out of the old Magnavox TV belonging to the Jolly Green Giant.
A better view of that blue glass and steel tumor looming above Delancey street near my studio
The Great Abomination on Astor Place.
It makes no rhyme or reason to me, a box sitting on top of a Playdough extrusion, with half a Coke can on the top. I suppose there's some fashionista wanker out there who thinks this jerry-built eyesore of future Section 8 housing is clever. The worst part is that it dominates the vista of 4th Avenue where Lafayette and the Bowery come together. You can't not look at it.