So Many

Do you know about All the Buildings in New York? James Gulliver Hancock is drawing, as the project name says, all the buildings in New York. Wow. It takes so long to draw even a quick sketch of one building–drawing is a slow, meditative act. I love his drawings and am definitely planning to buy one, just can’t decide which.

He’s having a show opening this Wednesday May 18th at 7pm. It’s at 119 Ludlow Street in the lower level, and while I don’t know that I can make the opening, I’m definitely going to check it out. You should, too!

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In Project Neon news:

  • Don’t forget to visit the Project Neon Kickstarter page!  Time is ticking away, and if the goal isn’t met by May 30th, I don’t get any money, the iPhone app doesn’t happen, and I don’t get to mail out the cool rewards. So please give what you can, whether that’s $10 or $100 and help spread the word by emailing it to a couple of friends who might be interested or posting it to a blog or two. Thanks! And a big double plus thank you to all the fantastic backers who have already pledged.
  • In case you’ve missed it, there’s a new post weekly over at the Project Neon blog. A new one just went up last night.
  • On Saturday May 21st I’ll be presenting Project Neon at the Kick It! Half-Day Mini Conference of Ideas in Action in Bed-Stuy. I’ll be bringing a New York neon game with prizes and the audience gets to vote on their favorite project, which will be awarded a cash prize from part of the ticket proceeds. Get your tickets here.
  • Project Neon now has a Twitter stream at heyprojectneon.  It’s mostly cell phone pix of small signs I come across when I don’t have my camera with me.

 

 

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