I've been quite busy the past few months of blogging and tweeting inactivity. I do have a few things that I'll be sharing over the next few weeks. Some Israel drawings, a few portraits, some oil paintings of hands, and tomorrow I'll be live drawing the TEDxCERN event. It will be very exciting and fun. I'll be at the back of a room of 1,000 people all seated in a giant tent on the CERN campus, drawing the ideas of the speakers as they're spoken. A much more cerebral reportage than I'm accustomed to. This should be an incredible challenge, as well as a lot of fun. There won't be any chances to correct my work, so it will all be out there, my thoughts and interpretations, in the moment. And then at each break 1,000 people stream past my work and see what was just drawn. No pressure! I hope that I have fun, that this jet-lag clears up a little more, and that everyone enjoys what I create. Check it out at my twitter account, @Millerocity and TEDxCERN @TEDxCERN. The show begins at 1:30pm and ends at 5:30 central european time (NYC friends, subtract 6 hours). We'll see if we can link it to my Facebook as well for those who know me there.
Until then, here are some portraits that I drew on my iPhone. It's great fun to be able to think and study via different pathways. Sometimes working through a big idea or story, other times a portrait or 4 of people on a train.