In today’s New York Times
(8/29/02), David W. Dunlap writes about FHL’s use of images and graphic design to convey the High Line’s beauty and the need for its preservation to the widest possible audience. The images, which include a photograph by Joel Sternfeld and an illustration created by Greenberg Kingsley/NYC for our July benefit, are only in the printed version of the New York Times, but you can read the text on-line.
Go to: http://www.nytimes.com/2002/08/29/nyregion/29BLOC.html
As is so often the case, the work that Dunlap writes about has all been donated to Friends of the High Line by individuals and firms of great talent who recognize the vital importance of this project. Special thanks to photographer Joel Sternfeld, Karen Greenberg and Mark Kingsley, of Greenberg Kingsley/NYC; and Paula Scher, of Pentagram, for creating and donating the work discussed in today’s article.