Inside and Out (Paperback)

New York

By Josh Cochran, Josh Cochran (Illustrator)

Big Picture Press, 9780763675202, 16pp.

Publication Date: September 9, 2014

List Price: 17.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.


See New York unfold in this stunning first title from Inside and Out, a series of double-sided wall charts that open out to more than two and a half feet. Take a stroll past iconic buildings and spot more than eighty objects in a compelling game of search and find. Then flip the chart over to see cutaways that reveal the city behind the scenes.

About the Author

Josh Cochran grew up in Taiwan and the United States, and studied at the Art Center College of Design. His clients include MTV, the New York Times Magazine, Pepsi, Sony Music, and Time Magazine. He lives and works in Brooklyn with his small dog, Porkchop.

Praise For Inside and Out: New York

Josh Cochran is my favorite kind of artist: one who that manages to evoke humor and beauty at the same time. I love his book Inside and Out: New York for all the reasons I love the city itself. It has wit and whimsy, and it is deliciously crammed with detail and color.
—Rashida Jones

A fun-filled marriage of form and function for young urban explorers.
—Publishers Weekly

It’s a book! It’s a poster! It’s a toy! Hours of enjoyment!
—Kirkus Reviews

This exquisite book captures the wonder and energy and chaos that is New York City. ... I want to live in Josh Cochran’s New York City.
—Peter Brown, Mr. Tiger Goes Wild

I could spend hours looking at Josh's drawings! True to New York, there is something happening on every inch. This book is a mesmerizing behind-the-scenes tour through the best secret parts of the city.
—Julia Rothman, author of Hello, NY: An Illustrated Love Letter to the Five Borroughs

Starting with Brooklyn’s Coney Island and ending with the Bronx Zoo, the vibrant panel is packed with detailed images of neighborhood scenes and city sights from morning to night... As children adventure on this search-and-find mission, they’ll appreciate the many touches of humor... Well worth adding to collections.
—School Library Journal