It’s a part of my comutation
ballpoint pen, small moleskine, watercolour
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an emergency call device in the RER C line
small moleskine, ballpoint pen, watercolour
i appologies by advance about this bad one.
but my moleskine is a free space were i try sometime things i don’t know where they lead me.
i’m just proud of having being able to talk to the two japanese tourist and say to them that i love their country in their native language (watashi wa nihon ga suki desu)
Direct live from the subway.
inside the train from the station i’ve once draw (carrefour pleyel)
“didn’t try to understand. saw her. pick up my notebook and start to draw”
when i draw in a very small way like that i’m telling to my self “it’s too small!” then i remember the old man sat in Ueno Park (tokyo, japan) who was drawing cherry trees petals in a tiny notebook and i’m going better
ballpoint, small moleskine, watercolours
bye bye nice girl…
another parisian metro station (hi! ziza!)
next to come my holyday coverage in Arès near Bordeau (ocean, pines, bicycle rides, oysters and wite wine) ok?
For Ziza, Some paris postcards :
you have “le grand palais”, les macarons de Pierre Hermé (forget ladurée!) near cambon street (where chanel is), nemours café near palais royal and “la comédie française” and the “Quetzal” and “Les Marroniers” (chestnut tree) are a bar and a restaurant in “Le Marais”, parisian gay district
ballpoint pen, watercolour,big moleskine
I was drawing when a guy asked me if i could make change for him to use the cofee machine. i told him that at the lower level were a coffee shop. i was wearing a strong blue polo, maybe he thought i was from RATP staff.