The first title in a series of concertina fold-out books features a two-metre diorama of New York's iconic skyline. Spot over eighty objects - from famous buildings to finger-licking frankfurters - then flip the page to see a cut-away replication of the same scene, showing what New Yorkers get up to behind closed doors. Detailed and humorous artwork brings one of the world's best-loved cities to life.
Josh Cochran grew up in Taiwan and California. He teaches illustration at the School of Visual Arts and occasionally works as an art director at the New York Times. His clients include McSweeney's, Facebook, MTV, the New Yorker, Sony, Wired and Time Magazine. He lives in New York with his small dog, Porkchop.