Monthly Archives: February 2012
I remember when there was a fire at Kabob and Curry last semester. I was walking up Thayer to meet someone pretty at Blue State and I heard sirens, I saw big men in bright jackets running around looking serious. … Continue reading
Near the SciLi tucked away next to the Thai place and the sushi place is the Red Carpet smoke shop. A caricatured statue of an Indian (feathers not dots) beckons you inside. This shop is filled with many beautiful objects. … Continue reading
I visited Jodhpur, Rajasthan in January (this is sketched from a photograph: I hadn’t started drawing yet). This scene struck me as symbolic of much about that city, if not all of India.
One night locked myself out of my room and out of the building. Even if I could get in the building I wouldn’t have anywhere to sleep because my then-girlfriend was out of town. The ResLife office opened at eight … Continue reading
There’s a plug point at the base of every lamp, a fact I tried to emphasize in this drawing. Wink wink nudge nudge.
Pen and ink is my favorite medium so far because of the fantastic contrasts available. Perhaps it is a crutch for poor draftsmanship, but I cannot resist the feeling of a wet nib sliding over paper, back and forth, depositing … Continue reading