The comparisons are endless

14 June 2013 / , ,

Paris and New York are two cities that are hard not to love (Woody Allen would agree), and Vahram Muratyan has been lucky enough to be living between the two as a graphic artist. Lucky for us because he’s created an ongoing series of visual comparisons between the two cities that borders on an aesthetic cultural manual. Each delving into the visual, cultural, stereotypical, and insider knowledge of each city set side-by-side. And while I still haven’t had the pleasure of visiting Paris, I can now at least say I have something to compare it to. Whether or not you’ve been to either, enjoy them for what they are—beautiful, witty, and vibrant flat illustrations. View the entire series at http://parisvsnyc.blogspot.com.es.

Vahram Muratyan, la réinvention, 2011.
Vahram Muratyan, le café, 2010.
Vahram Muratyan, le pain, 2010.
Vahram Muratyan, la façade, 2010.
Vahram Muratyan, le snack, 2010.
Vahram Muratyan, la colonne, 2010.
Vahram Muratyan, le chanteur, 2010.
Vahram Muratyan, l’apéro, 2010.
Vahram Muratyan, l’ingénieur, 2011.
Vahram Muratyan, le fromage, 2011.
Vahram Muratyan, la course, 2011.
Vahram Muratyan, l’allure, 2011.
Vahram Muratyan, le plan, 2012.
Vahram Muratyan, le plan, 2012.