Drawing of the Cat from the pet shop in Brooklyn. He is pretty big and has very serious eyes. After wordless deep conversation between us, I felt a little ashamed of myself and left in a hurry. Maybe, we, people, can do a little more for others and each other. Ink and Kuretake.
Insomnia, scribble and memos in Alpha sketchbook by Stillman & Birn, big machinery in BK, in my neighborhood, and interruption of power.
Bareburger from Park Slope. This bison burger is a dream of any hedonist. Ink and Kuretake on ripped vintage piece of paper.
Wrangler, the car of my childhood dreams (along with a big dog and travels with paints and canvases.) Ink and Kuretake, not far from Ave U in Brooklyn.
This Bentley, I believe from 1984-1990, called “Bentley mulsanne turbo R”, was damaged by the ocean, during the hurricane Sandy. It was standing on our block for a longest time, elegant corpse with winged “B” on its front. Ink and Kuretake.
I saw this boy on the Subway, on the platform, dancing to his own music. Dark silhouette against the urban landscape. It brought light and wonder into dusk of my own mood. Ink.