Architect and artist Dan Hogman travels through Hong Kong to capture vignettes from the city life in a month-long documentation of sketches. In his 28 sketches within a span of 28 days, he illustrates sights from the city’s daring urban development to its impressive cultural landscape, and its people and the neighbourhoods in a range of perspectives.
In this video, he can be seen drawing various facets of the city with careful strokes, revealing macro subjects to minute details. While some sketches concentrate on Hong Kong’s impressive density, expressing scenes from its local markets and glass and steel-clad skyscrapers, others show quaint shop fronts, public plazas and traditional city landmarks.
An architect and educator from San Francisco, Hogman regularly travels and indulges in free hand sketching. He covers a new city every month where he documents his travel sketches in the form of a city-wise summary while parallelly sharing many other interesting drawing tutorials.
Watch this space every Wednesday for more tutorials by Dan Hogman.