It's not Times Square, Empire State Building or the Statue of Liberty that makes New York a cultural hive. It's about the people within, the hidden places and the mundane extraordinary such as a regular street in Williamsburg.
Captured from a table where computers aren't allowed on a Sunday, in a busy cafe surrounded by a buzzing display of people and personalities this drawing illustrates the fragility of the everyday.
The variety of human traces in every window compensates the lack of figures, painting the feeling of a still-warm mangled bed - someone was here, just a second ago.
printed on Giclée Hahnemühle German Etching