Nick's Lunchbox Service

Serving up a drawing once each day, wherever I happen to be. (NYC)

by Nick Golebiewski

www.nickgolebiewski.com

Twitter: @nickdesign

Nick's Lunchbox Service
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Later than lunchtime drawing: Elaborate scrolling stonework and lanterns outside a building entrance on East 80th Street between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue, in the Metropolitan Museum Historic District.
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Lunchtime drawing: Gracie Mansion nestled into Carl Schurz Park in Yorkville.
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Earlier than lunchtime drawing: Clock tower rising above the Erie-Lackawanna Railroad and Ferry Terminal in Hoboken, from across the Hudson River.
Coming later this week: Drawings from Istanbul.
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Lunchtime drawing: The Public Theater on Lafayette Street, in the landmarked former Astor Library building built 1853, with a glass awning and typography designed by Paula Scher at Pentagram.
New: Sign up & check the ‘lunchbox’ box to receive an email every Monday at noon with all of last week’s drawings: http://eepurl.com/X5hyH
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Later than lunchtime drawing: Patience outside the New York Public Library on Fifth Avenue at 42nd Street, a marble lion who’s nickname came from Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia during the Great Depression, because New Yorkers needed that quality (and fortitude too, the name of the other lion).
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Later than lunchtime drawing: Taxi and a photographer outside the Guggenheim after hours. 

The light was great when I started and then a cloud rolled by and tempered it all.
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Lunchtime drawing: While making this drawing a runner saluted Fred Lebow (the statue) in Central Park.
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Earlier than lunchtime drawing: The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, an aircraft carrier docked at Pier 86 on the Hudson River in NYC, with prominent anchors, and New Jersey in the background.
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Lunchtime drawing: Limestone arch leading to the recessed carriageway on the East 91st Street facade of the Otto and Addie Kahn Mansion, constructed 1914-18, and designed by British architect J. Stenhouse Armstrong with C.P.H. Gilbert, in New York City.
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Lunchtime drawing: Flowering vine growing over the iron archway into Jackson Square Park, with a fountain behind, in the Greenwich Village Historic District.
Finished another sketchbook today, get to start a new one tomorrow! By the way, sign up & check the ‘lunchbox’ box to receive an email every Monday at noon with all of last week’s drawings: http://eepurl.com/X5hyH