Brian Tuchalski


Have you guys heard of Brian Tuchalski?  I discovered him rather accidentally.  Truth be told, I used his image here and rather embarrassingly miscredited his work.  It was one of those annoying things where I spent forever trying to find a beautiful shot on Pinterest, only to find out that it was miscredited, meaning I miscredited it.  Oops.  Sometimes I hate Pinterest.  He reached out and was very gracious about my mistake… but of course asked that I change the link.  Of course I didn’t just change the link, I had to peek around his site.  I fell in love with his work.  Whether you have lived in New York, or only visited… you will see how perfectly he captures the energy of Manhattan.

I asked him a little bit about his work and he explained that he loves to explore the city and find the beauty in everything… even the traditionally ugly.  {I love this.}

Anyway, I definitely recommend popping over to his Etsy shop.  So many beautiful prints {and they are affordable, too!}  Prepare to fall in love with New York all over again.

The Partys Over

Grand Central

ESB Pop Art


{This photo was an experiment where he tried to replicate an Instagram photo manually without the simple press of a button.  He partially desaturated, added a bit of a warm tint, and then added a subtle texture to make it look like a photo taken in the 60’s and stored in a shoebox.}

The Crowd


{All photos via Brian Tuchalski}

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  1. Well it all worked out well in the end! 😉

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  2. Pinterest makes it very hard to properly credit anything. More often then not I end up doing a reverse google image search to try to track down the original source. Have you ever done that? If not, I highly recommend it – it’s way easier than trying to find it via Pinterest.

    Thanks for introducing us to this new artist! Beautiful work 🙂

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  3. Thanks, Grace, for the kind words and putting this profile together! I truly appreciate the exposure & support!

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  4. Amazing images! Thanks for introducing me to Brian’s work!

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  5. jillian:

    these photos make me want to visit NYC!!

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  6. Ugh, one of the downfalls of Pinterest. Glad it worked out for you in the end and those images are stunning.

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  7. Candice:

    Reason #13,765 why I <3 NYC!!

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  8. The first and second one are my absolute favorite! the colors wow…just look at the colors

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  9. You are such a class act. It happens! Love seeing the city through Brian’s lens.

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