This guy reminded me of a boy named Raj I had a crush on my first semester at Stuyvesant.
Something about his slightly flipped, slightly 80s hair. Raj was so cute; I used to watch him play Asteroids in Tony’s Cafe next to Stuyvesant. He went back to India at the beginning of 1981, when I was fourteen, and I never saw him again. So many people we know over a lifetime! Isn’t it amazing? And I was so fascinated by how this young guy’s body language echoes the redheaded Persephone a while back!
I guess there are only so many ways that people can sit or stand on a subway, because I have also seen and drawn this stance before!
Drawing this woman, I felt so mesmerized and exhilarated by the unique lines of every human. I just love seeing people and recording their being so much.
This goth mom was with her hairless dad and blond daughter.
She was like a burst of jet hair and clothes among them, very serene. She knew I was drawing them too! Mostly people don’t.
I am so grateful to my Patrons, who crowdfund my documentary art project of Berlin public transit! You can help, with any amount you like per month, a dollar or euro is great 🙂
Previous unterwegs below, all unterwegs courtesy of my Patrons on Patreon whose monthly financial support allows me to make this free art available!
February 2018 bonus round