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Urban Sketching The Freedom Trail: Walking and Sketching Boston's Famous Trail. Paperback – March 29, 2014
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What moe could you ask for? Nothing. This is the perfect book for anyone interested in sketching!
One of my favorite sketches shows the King’s Chapel’s columns, which appear to be made of stone, he explains. But the columns’ chipped paint reveals that they are actually made of wood, and his sketch includes a detail showing his discovery. In another that shows the top of a fountain too tall to fit on his sketchbook page, he simply bends it to fit! More than a collection of urban sketches, the book tells his unique story of the Freedom Trail as seen through his eyes.
Mike has published several other books, including a collection of incredibly detailed, to-scale schematic diagrams of every hotel room he has slept in (again, the margins contain humorous commentary that anyone who has ever stayed in a hotel can relate to)! I’m looking forward to more books by this intrepid urban sketcher.