no way to find some "indians" in barcelona like miked did near boston, but I love to visit the concept store kiddo motors in my neighbourhood to sketch some classic motorcycles. do I really need to comment that it was "drawn in complete forced perspective" while sitting at less than 50cm from it? by the way, I wish you all a merry christmas and see you next year in barcelona!!
On the flag: Brazil Urban Sketchers correspondent Juliana Russo sketching at Patio do Colégio in in São Paulo, Brasil.
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