Artist Renders Manhattan Inside the Grand Canyon

Artist Renders Manhattan Inside the Grand Canyon

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Tara Bellucci
Jul 19, 2013

Two of America's most iconic locales are sharing space and still looking stunning, through the eyes of an artist. Switzerland-based photographer Gus Petro Photoshopped the whole of Manhattan inside the red-purple cliffs of the Grand Canyon, and somehow it makes both urban and natural settings look even more majestic. 

In other news, Detroit files for bankruptcy, and check out this modern staircase on a historic site. See the headlines after the jump.

• Artist Plunks NYC Inside the Grand Canyon and it's Gorgeous | Curbed
• Detroit Just Became The Largest City Ever To File For Bankruptcy In The U.S. | Fast Company
A Colorfully Illuminated Outdoor Stairway Lights Up A Historic Dead End | Architizer

(Image: via My Modern Met)

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