Nicholas V. Nahl (fl. c. 1922 - 1940) was an illustrator and printer based briefly in Oakland and then San Francisco, operating as V. Nahl Studios in the mid-late 1920s. The firm's output was limited and appears to have exclusively consisted of pencil-drawn bird's eye views. The published works of V. Nahl Studios ended around 1930, but Nicholas V. Nahl continued to appear in San Francisco city directories as a printer and 'press feeder.' Otherwise, the details of his life and work are elusive.