I've been using 00 Rapidograph for forty years. Take a look.
My interest in writing you today is to share Brooklyn’s greatest architectural public artwork.
Why it is unknown is a mystery. But it is threatened. And nobody knows it exists. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d2/Arch_and_EmpireSB_-_Grand_Army_Plaza_Brooklyn.jpg
The Tower of the Empire State Building bisects the Arch in Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza.
Landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted and architect Calvert Vaux created the framework for this continuing work-in-progress as the Civil War ended, 25 years before the Arch, 65 years before the Tower, 105 years before the Mirador, and 145 years before I stumbled across it. http://www.rfkessler.com/coincidenceColor.pdf
In starting the “Grand Army Plaza” group here at Brooklyn Arts Project, I hope to share ideas on how to raise public awareness to protect and promote this View as an historic visual corridor. Development threatens to eclipse the view.
Please forward the links to friends, artists, architects, bloggers, politicos, media and civilians.
Your friend, Richard
Wanted to leave a comment about your work but could'nt choose which piece to comment on. All is so interesting. The line of course, but also the the energy...Your work is "alive" not static.Have you try animation? I love it, really! Thanks to share it!
ohh the "wintery mix"....don't miss it. Yep I'm from PA...Scranton actually...and went to college in Baltimore. I spent my whole life in the northeast, so the fun filled weather that comes with January..and feb..and so on, is all to familiar. I just left the east coast this past summer.
What about you? Where r u from?
I had a mild 60 degrees and sunny here all day, but was plagued with a stomach bug, so I too indulged in mindless crap..not daytime TV though..but youtube. I forgot what weekdays off when you are sick/snow day are like with a television!