Workshop com Manuel João Ramos no Largo Barão de Quintela.
Street traffic is a continuous process of negotiation, conflict and appropriation of public space in urban areas, in which walkers are the blood cellules that feed city life. How do street users relate with each other, how do they adapt to the environment, and how they negotiate their competing mobility needs? The Workshop proposes to capture these social relationships, largely based on anonymity and movement by non-intrusively drawing impressions of public scenes, people’s ergonomic postures and group flows. Participants are thus invited to produce visual materials from observation of pedestrians’ behaviour and traffic relations. The general intention is to value the act of drawing as an informational tool to comprehend the dynamics of street life.
Lisboa, Portugal, 22.07.2011
love the "traffic-signing"
Gosto muito desta. Que vida!
Thank you Rolf and Guy.
fantastic – such a grandios streetscene. I love the bike!
Thank you arttoday. That corner is my favourite too. I don’t like to crop the drawings but if I do, probably I would do it there…
a street very well-captured!
so well done, like the signs and the details of the street (bike, dustbin, etc…).
Just enough, and not too much, perfect balance !
this is a marvelous image, very playful, with just the right amount of color in just the right places!
Thank you Gary, dayisaday and James!
Thank you dayisaday.
Charming street scene!
Thank you Kumi.