Celebrate the destruction of New York City with this crazy giant monster art

What could be more beautiful

Artist Raid71 has a show coming up next week at Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn where you can see these illustrations of New York City being destroyed by monsters. The theme of the show is "the popular face of New York," and will also include other pop culture icons that are not covered in tentacles or breathing fire.

Celebrate the destruction of New York City with this crazy giant monster art

Here's Godzilla, who is actually not represented quite accurately here — the Gozilla who destroyed New York was in the Roland Emmerich movie and looked like this (much to everybody's annoyance) — so I think Raid71 has improved on cinematic history here.


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