An assignment that includes hatching spawns both quick studies and some alter egos.
"...My concern is to allow one's imagination to develop according to nature; to forget oneself, and to abandon thought, in drawing as well as photography. At the same time allowing the unconscious and one's sensibility to function together so that a geometry, inspired by the subject, can affirm itself into a beauty of form."
- From the afterword by photographer, Henri Cartier-Bresson for The Peasant of Paris,by Louis Aragon, with lithographs and photogravure by Henri Cartier-Bresson. (Later in his life Cartier-Bresson set aside his camera to draw.)
|Eiiche's sketch of a subway platform|