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San Francisco-based artist Paul Madonna is the author of “All Over Coffee,” a drawn feature that runs every Sunday in the San Francisco Chronicle. His beautiful drawings of…

I’m not familiar with Sylvia Plath‘s writing, but I just learned that the acclaimed American poet was also an urban sketcher. The Telegraph announces that a selection of…

People use Moleskine notebooks for all sorts of things. They take notes, doodle, glue receipts and even create three-dimensional paper sculptures out of their pages. Many artists…

During the 2nd Urban Sketching Symposium in Lisbon in 2011, I was interviewed for Espaços e Casas, a Portuguese TV broadcast about real estate, architecture, interior design and public spaces.

During our monthly sketchcrawls in Seattle, Frank Ching is just another drawing enthusiast, passing his sketchbook around, giving feedback, asking questions and sharing the jovial atmosphere. But…

Discovering this article and video in El País today was like unwrapping a Christmas gift that got lost under the tree. What a nice surprise…

Idle buses and trolleys fill row after row at a bus storage lot in Tukwila, white and brown coaches from the ’40s, bright red GMCs…

I’ve taken a little bit of the Northwest to the Northeast. Some of my Sketcher pieces are part of the exhibit “On Location: Drawing Every Day,” at Montserrat…

Seattle videojournalist David Albright shot and edited this video for the Capitol Hill blog. You can see me sketching and interviewing people for my newspaper feature Seattle Sketcher.

Last Sunday was the first official sketchcrawl organized by USk Seattle. The turnout was great with 14 people getting together at 11 a.m. at Fishermen’s Terminal….

My former college professor Juan Antonio Giner, who runs the newspaper consulting firm Innovation and is the lead editor of the World Association of Newspapers annual report,…

Sunday was the 20th World Wide Sketchcrawl and a true group of Seattle sketchers met at Pike Place Market to go out and sketch. I…

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