Artist Tom Christopher’s Energized Paintings Remind Us Of A Busy Pre-COVID-19 New York City

No one has painted the soul, aspiration and determination of New Yorkers so convincingly as Tom Christopher

The streets of New York City’s Times Square area are hollow now. At any other time, the trench that runs between Seventh Avenue and Broadway would be stomped over by fifty thousand people day and night. But because of coronavirus and quarantine, as we all know, everyone is missing.

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Author of “Primal Branding,” “The Social Code,” writer on Forbes, Inc., Adweek, and elsewhere. Founder primalbranding.co + Thinktopia®

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Author of “Primal Branding,” “The Social Code,” writer on Forbes, Inc., Adweek, and elsewhere. Founder primalbranding.co + Thinktopia®

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