Townsville Art- Yale University Minimalist Wall Decor Art, 8x10Regular price $26.00 Save $-26.00
This illustration features a birds eye view of the most iconic buildings on the campus of Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. The artist spent much-needed time on research before illustrating this unique artwork. A student spends over four years interacting with these campus icons and can now continue the memories in their home or office. This print is available in multiple sizes and is made on museum grade paper 230 gsm semi-gloss finish with archival inks meant to last nearly a century.
Loose Prints: protected with sleeve on acid free backing board. 8x10
Meet the Maker:
Townsville Art is the brainchild of Wisconsin artist Josh Seubert. Starting in 2016, Josh has illustrated hundreds of cities, states, university campuses and event arenas in a unique "line art" style. Each design contains dozens of the most iconic and recognizable city or campus features collaged together like a puzzle. Architecture is often meant to be aestheticly pleasing from not just street level but from an aerial perspective as well so everything drawn is from a birds eye view. As much as 40 hours of research and plotting goes into each design such as the one on the left. The top image of the enormous and heavily detailed Milwaukee cityscape took over four months from January 2020 to May 2020.