I had a book called Heroic: Concrete Architecture and the New Boston. I very much enjoyed perusing this book and reading up on concrete buildings. I figured out that the building featured on the cover is the Boston University law school. Then, I decided to sketch it. On the bridge, I sat, perhaps, for two hours to accurately capture the correct proportions of the building. After, I illustrated it further at home. It was a productive time to discover Boston’s heroic buildings!
Tuesday, October 30, 2018
Monday, October 22, 2018
One of my friends from English school said to me that he was going to miss his favorite grilled chicken when he goes back to his country. I am the one who turned him on to it. This is Flat Patties in Harvard Square. They have delicious food, particularly, their hand-cut fries. I sketched it from a picture I took. This place is really tasty and the service is fast.
Sunday, October 14, 2018
The building Starbucks is in is quite quaint. I am of course referring to the 31 Church St. location. As it is small, it is crowded and it is impossible to find a place to take a seat. I always wonder who lives upstairs because it is a great brick apartment and also he or she has a parking lot next to building. That time, I was stopping by Harvard Square and I took a photo of this small Starbucks and sketched it at home.
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