Christoph Niemann’s Wooster Street

Christoph Niemann's minimalist interpretation of Wooster Street for The New Yorker is a thing of beauty. Dabs of colour come alive to create a lonely reflective cobblestone street enveloped by concrete buildings.

Christoph Niemann’s minimalist interpretation of Wooster Street for The New Yorker is a thing of beauty. Dabs of colour come alive to create a lonely reflective cobblestone street enveloped by concrete buildings. The street is named after an American Revolutionary War General, David Wooster.

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