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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.
There’s a plug point at the base of every lamp, a fact I tried to emphasize in this drawing. Wink wink nudge nudge.
The first naked party I attended was at a house on the corner across from this swing set. Colloquially known as the “Lizard House” after the three large reptiles crawling over its entrance, this house has a history of containing … Continue reading
There are many charming eateries and novelty stores on Wickenden Street. Most exciting of all there is an art supplies store (I name no names) where I walked this morning in the hope of finding a fountain pen to sketch … Continue reading
When it gets dark outside one’s own reflection in the window is brighter than the scene outside. This is a phenomenon familiar to anyone who has traveled on a train at nighttime. What is peculiar about this reflected image is … Continue reading