I’m a New York City man March 17, 2009Posted by David Gillespie in intent, storytelling.
“I am trying to draw every person in New York.” – Jason Polan.
A few thoughts:
- I love a big, hairy, audacious goal, and this is exactly that
- Faber Castell, Caran D’ache, Canson, etc. should be all over this
- It’s a nice extension of Jason’s own brand as an artist
- This feels like a visualisation of Hemingway’s “For sale: baby shoes, never worn.”
- The trick is going to be in catching the moment rather than the person, the intent rather than the outcome.
Found via Andrew Cafourek’s tumblog. I struggle to think of a better way to pass the time.