Credits roll…

When it comes to productivity I’m , without doubt, the equivalent of a highly unmotivated turtle with the memory span of a goldfish.
It took me 3 monthes to finish the drawings and posts for a 4 week trip.
Now what? 
To be honest mo clue yet. For now just the last of the street sketches from Spain will have to do.

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The Barcelona pavilion by Mies van der Rohe

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Casa batllo by Anthony Gaudi’

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Guggenheim Bilbao by Frank O. Gehry

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When it comes to productivity I’m , without doubt, the equivalent of a highly unmotivated turtle with the memory span of a goldfish.
It took me 3 monthes to finish the drawings and posts for a 4 week trip.
Now what? 
To be honest mo clue yet. For now just the last of the street sketches from Spain will have to do.

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The Barcelona pavilion by Mies van der Rohe

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Casa batllo by Anthony Gaudi’

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Guggenheim Bilbao by Frank O. Gehry

Very Sloppy watercolor sketches

Guilty as charged!

Monte Carlo was too beautiful not to try. However we practically had  no time, it was a day trip after all, there were too many people, no place to sit comfortably, paints dropping, sketchbooks dropping holly mess of a process. Not happy  with the outcome, but it is what it is…

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Futuristic Shopping pavilions : such a contrast compared to the old colourful historical city. They look a lot more like spaceships a lot less like mushrooms in reality.

Step 1: Lyon

After an afternoon of late flights and train booking fiascos we arrived at Lyon somewhere around midnight. Settled in, rested a bit and decided to have a walk (keep in mind it was 2am by then). The streets were still full : couples strolling long the shore, young boys and girls hanging out and having beers and men in the company of other men sitting on the patios and having espressos.

Hello Lyon, you sleepless coffee infused city, I already like you!

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