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by Jake Rose
Color NYC Museums is filled to the brim with iconic settings such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Museum of Natural History, the New York Hall of Science, and the Brooklyn Museum, among many others.
Through its 36 beautiful black-and- white line drawings and detailed descriptions, “Color NYC Museums” masterfully highlights what makes its many cultural institutions so special.
Jake Rose is a native of New York City and a recent graduate of Drew University, where he majored in history and minored in American studies.
Through his passion for architecture and photography, Jake was inspired to create the Color Our Town series of coloring books, depicting the beauty and unique character of neighborhoods and small towns across America through their recognizable locales and historic landmarks.
Jake’s process – and what makes the Color Our Town series so unique – begins with his multiple collaborations with artists from around the world, who take Jake’s own photographs and translate them into exquisite line drawings, each accompanied by Jake's in-depth historical descriptions.
With Jake's seventh and newest book, Color NYC Museums, Jake takes the reader on a grand tour of museums widely celebrated and beloved by the general public, as well as those whose walls and contents are only known to the true art aficionado (with a few stops in between).
A story of how I became an expat worker and my life while working in fifteen countries spread through the Middle, Far East and North Africa. The book is intended to show that there is much more to life than a boring 9-5 job/ As an expat, I lived a life most only dream.
An Expat’s Experiences of Living in Turkey, covers my life from when first offered a contract to work here back in 1988 up until 2015. Although I had worked on contracts in a number of countries, none had been married status. However, as the contract in Turkey was, my wife came out to join me…. [Read More]
by Tracy Lawson
Jediah Hill (1793-1859) was a farmer and businessman who, around 1820, built a sawmill on the bank of the West Fork of Mill Creek near Mount Pleasant, a village situated about halfway between Cincinnati and Hamilton, Ohio. A few years later, Henry Rogers (1806-1896), soon to become Jediah’s son-in-law, joined him in the business. In1838,… [Read More]
by Tracy Lawson
Henry Rogers was a miller who lived and worked in Mount Pleasant, Ohio, during most of the 19th Century. In the late summer and fall of 1838, while still a young man, Henry, his wife, and her parents traveled from their home in southwestern Ohio to New York City via horse-drawn wagon. Henry — a… [Read More]
This is a compact guide that contains the 15 main archaeological ruin sites of the ancient Mayan civilization on the Yucatan peninsula and also explains the optimal route for visiting these sites. A perfect guide for those travelers who are primarily interested in the most important Maya sites. The Maya Sites – Hidden Treasures of… [Read More]