Society of Illustrators - Stevan Dohanos Award - Part 2

Dim sum at Dim Sum Go Go

"pink china", the restaurant across the street from Mel's house

I saw this twice this week. I thought they were just burning garbage which is kind of crazy in NYC but mel said it was some kind of ancestors tradition.

party at Tara Jacoby's house.

Robert McGinnis painted her! He's the artist that did the old school james bond posters and the breakfast at tiffany's poster among other things.

on the way to brooklyn bowl

inside brooklyn bowl

they have a dance floor and a salsa orchestra that night.

the young illustrators crew.

got my hair cut at astor hair.

i am seeing china-centric magazines in the stores now too. China is taking over, watch out now

meatball shop is awesome.

Rockafeller center tree

bottom of central park

from the offices of Discover Magazine.

Williamsburg xmas lights

Ghost Bikes are painted all white and are left at the place where a person has died in a bicycling accident. I have seen a few of these around. I notice them because I have been hit by a car and hospitalized with a fractured skull and I bike too. RIP Nicolas Djandji, age 24. From - Nicolas Djandji was born on November 8, 1986 in Alexandria, Egypt. His childhood was highly nomadic; Djandji lived in Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Australia, Indonesia, and Argentina before his family relocated to Texas, where he attended high school. He attended the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland, studying Painting and Illustration. Djandji moved to New York in 2009.

Panna II

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