Keir Edmonds’ Berlin Sketchbooks

A great piece at My Modern Met about an expat artist and his sketchbooks:

Berlin-based English urban sketching artist Keir Edmonds keeps a visual diary that illustrates his life as an expat in Germany’s capital. Believing that “you have to put in 10,000 hours to get really good at something,” the self-confessed “Englishman lost in Berlin” carries a sketchbook and pen everywhere he goes. From local architecture to summertime canals and graffiti-covered streets, his growing portfolio captures the undeniable charm of the city.

 

See lots more at: Artist Keeps Sketchbook Journals to Document His Life as an Expat in Berlin

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