When people in Valencia go cycle in the mountains, they usually stop in some bar, like this one in Serra, to have a big “almuerzo”, usually a huge sandwich and beer or wine… and of course, some peanuts and olives. It takes a while to eat all that, so I always have time to sketch before jumping to the bicycle again. #micronpen on #moleskine #sketchbook
Piazza Vecchia at #bergamo. The favorite square of Le Corbusier, they say! One of my favorite for sure, but I would maybe vote for Siena’s square (Il Campo) what do you think? #uniball and #pentelbrushpen on #cansonsketchbook
I’ve not been posting these last days because my phone was stolen at Soho. Besides loosing all my data, I couldn’t make my usual drawing pictures for my last drawings. I realized how dependent I am from the smart phone!
Yesterday, I was at the amazing Brooklyn Art Library featuring “36,075 artists’ books contributed by creative people from 135+ countries”. Thanks Millie for letting me your phone for this picture!
At Boston downtown, almost shocking lifestyle contrast, after two weeks in Utica! Loved this city, human scale, nice gardens and eclectic buildings…and sporty people, so proud of their Celtics team. Here, I used my beloved pilot parallel and muji sketchbook (Forgotten on my backpack for a while! )
Yesterday I was 30 minutes in Boston, after the flight from Lisbon. While waiting for my 6 hour BUS ride, I could buy my dinner or make a quick sketch. I choose the second option, and all I ate for 12 hours was an apple…