Big Rentz has proven that the inimitable New York City skyline is more unique from a kid's vantage point.
The equipment company decided to task youngsters with recreating their favorite landmarks from their own perspective. Once the children submitted their concepts, Big Rentz in turn created renderings of the family attractions, and these kooky takes are nothing short of lovable.
Check out the Empire State Building...
...and its early blueprints.
Recognize the Statue of Liberty?
Lady Liberty got a makeover.
Make sure to see Mount Rushmore if you're going out of town!
It's a great nod to our nation's history!
Kids aren't the only ones who are reimagining their cities in new ways. Global design firm WATG held an internal design competition to transform urban spaces in a post-pandemic world, and the Flatiron District received quite a green makeover. On the other hand, if you're looking to go back in time rather than fast forward, here's what every spot in the five boroughs looked like in the '40s, courtesy of The New York City Department of Taxation.