Lots of elements in this colouring-in image: a shopping street, corner shop, butcher shop, fruitsalad out of a wheelbarrow, and a whole family on a vespa.
Interesting books about San Cristóbal that I consulted for my colouring book “Sancris En Colores”.
Portraits of my houseplants, the lockdown equivalent of street sketching.
Origins of my Sancris colouring book: animal hats.
Origins of my Sancris colouring book: felt animals.
Origins of my Sancris colouring book: training capoeira at La Merced.
30-second croquis from the IWD march 2020.
Whenever I was short on drawing inspiration, I’d add a bit to this jungle scene. This is drawn in a mix of markers and colour pencils.
A heavy load for a slight woman.
I’m publishing a colouring book with San Cristóbal street scenes!
Swamp drawing in markers.
London Tube passengers.
Quick sketch of three hippies on the beach.
Courtyard sketching and feeling the creative vibes at the graphics centre founded by Francisco Toledo in Oaxaca city.
Quick sketches of the audience at a zapatista event.
Restful sketching in the forest!
Sketches in pink UniBall of Royal Academy busts and real-life art lovers.
Paris: cool stuff, beautiful people.
Turns out that everyone likes to colour, even Masters students.
Clothes swaps are always exciting (clear out your stuff! Browse things for free!) but maybe posters with these illustrations will drive the excitement to a reusing frenzy.
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