Monday, July 22, 2013


I've been riding the busses and trams of Geneva a little more frequently the past couple weeks, ever since I injured my right ankle. Something is pulled or strained, on the outside just behind the ankle after hiking down a steep mountain. Too much steep road on the way to Montreaux. It would have been better to stick to the paths and then hop onto a train when the road started. I'm not bothering to see a doctor because they'll tell me to do what I've already been doing (rest, ice, compression, elevate), and then charge me a thousand franc's. Over the past 6 days I've started to see improvement, so hopefully I'll be cycling and running again relatively soon.
The upside to all of this is that I've been drawing on the iphone more often. Here are a few of the people on the trams and busses fortunate enough to sit in front of me.

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Costa Brava, Catalonia

Up until this point I've been keeping this blog focused on iphone drawings. These were primarily done when I was riding the NYC subways. But, now that I live in a place without a subway, my infrequent postings have become even more sparse. This also meant that some of the other stuff I create doesn't get shared here. So, I'm going to expand the blog with more of my work, and I'll begin with some work I did in Catalonia recently.
After a long, shrouded winter in Geneva, it was very nice to go someplace sunny and warm. The rocky cliffs, churning clear waters, and bold sun created a graphic panorama that was a pleasure to walk through. The strong beauty of the landscape was then spiced by the pleasure of seeing so many topless sunbathers. It was like witnessing the Ages of Woman through breasts, from lively youth to emptied old age.
I hope you enjoy these drawings. I'm going to add a few here, but if you want to see more, click on this link: