Windows of New York by Jose Guizar

Driven by curiosity and a constant desire to learn and evolve, Guizar has put together a new creative project titled “Windows of New York”, a weekly fix of an obsession that has been developed by the designer since he was put in our town.

Guizar takes us through an illustrated journey visiting some of the very popular streets of the city – from Hell’s Kitchen to the Upper East Side, collecting & illustrating the windows that somehow caught his eye. One question remains: when is the book due to debut?

962 Lexington Ave. Upper East Side.

962 Lexington Ave. Upper East Side.

675 9th Ave. Hell's Kitchen.

675 9th Ave. Hell’s Kitchen.

617 9th Ave. Hell's Kitchen.

617 9th Ave. Hell’s Kitchen.

540 12th St. West Village.

540 12th St. West Village.

461 West 47th St. Clinton.

461 West 47th St. Clinton.

448 West Broadway. Soho.

448 West Broadway. Soho.

430 Broome St. Nolita.

430 Broome St. Nolita.

290 Lafayette St. Nolita.

290 Lafayette St. Nolita.

199 East 4th St. East Village.

199 East 4th St. East Village.

186 Sullivan St. West Village.

186 Sullivan St. West Village.

162 Stanton St. Lower East Side.

162 Stanton St. Lower East Side.

113 Thompson St. Soho.

113 Thompson St. Soho.

94 Bank St. West Village.

94 Bank St. West Village.

Follow Jose’s creative project on Twitter @WindowsofNY, and visit the official Windows of New York website, http://www.windowsofnewyork.com/.