When I first started doing these drawings, I'd spend 5-10 minutes on each one. After about two weeks of drawing every day, my speed increased exponentially. I was now making drawings in 10-30 seconds, and managing to capture essential lines of the things and people I saw. I had about 15 seconds to draw this woman, waiting with her luggage, at the West 4th Street station. I think we were waiting for a B train. She must have been waiting for an F. There was something that intrigued me about the cross of her legs and her posture. I only saw her for a few seconds, but I remember her clearly because I drew her. • Framed piece measures 13" x 16"• Framed with 1" wide black frame and matted in white• Letterpress printed in an edition of 25, and then hand watercolored, so each of the 25 finished images is actually different.• This listing is for the specific image you see in the accompanying photographs.These drawings are part of a series entitled "Everything is Somewhere". They are blind line contour drawings I made all over New York City in the summer of 2014. Each drawing was made into a plate, which I then letterpress printed, and each finished piece is hand watercolored, making each image in the edition of 25 unique.