Blogs are great for all-consuming monomanias. This is why we have “Fuck Yeah, ____!”s and Ryan Gosling tunnel vision and the recycling of certain images on Tumblr to the point of madness.
Occasionally, one of these obsessions might translate into a quieter kind of aesthetic. Such is the vision of José Guizar, a Mexican graphic designer who began cataloguing the windows he saw around New York City. The blog is a long scroll of architectural details that Guizar has lovingly rendered into digital form. He writes in his ‘about’ section that the blog is “part an ode to architecture and part a self-challenge to never stop looking up.” After checking out Windows of New York, Manhattanites might feel inspired to do the same.