My son suggested an outting to Villa Savoye in Poissy, designed by the modernist Le Corbusier and it is an intriguing structure, well worth the visit, expecially after the sensory overload, and let’s admit it, excesses of the… Read More
Month: August 2011
At Harry’s New York Bar, birthplace of the Sidecar and a number of other classic cocktails, hang old baseballs and the boxing gloves of Primo Carnera. The drinks as excellent, if hideously expensive- but that’s Paris for ya. … Read More
Near our apartment and serving as a useful landmark is the Tour de St Jacques. It is now the centerpiece of a small park on Rue de Rivoli. This soaring Gothic tower is the sole remnant of an… Read More
The soaring stained glass windows of St Chapel are one of the glories of the City of Light…I sketched this snippet as a reminder to use this goofy medieval convention in some future narrative— no perspective, huge people,… Read More
Drawn while lunching on steak tartare…
oh, yeah, don’t throw this stuff in the toilet
…some of the chintzy decor within 6 rue Nicolas Flamel…
A view from the apartment at 6 rue Nicolas Flamel.
Sketched this at the Quadrangle Club at the University of Chicago, where they host improvisational jazz every 1st Friday evening of the month.