Looking for a midday mental break? Fix your gaze on these adorable animations created by illustrators Kirk Wallace and Latham Arnott. Using their artistic skills and backgrounds in computer science, the duo have turned a handful of America’s most recognizable landmarks—like the Statue of Liberty, The Golden Gate Bridge and Seattle’s Space Needle—into wonderful works of art with loads of personality.
The illustrations are part of an ongoing project that will soon expand to encompass landmarks in other cities. So those looking for the Empire State Building or Eiffel Tower shouldn’t feel left out—you’ll just have to sit tight.
And for those looking for a less dizzying version of what’s above, you can also be purchase them as prints for $20 a pop at Kirk Wallace’s online shop here.
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