Pandemic Art

The New York City-based Brazilian-born Japanese artist Oscar Oiwa found himself in similar circumstances as many folks when the pandemic began last year. His projects and travels were all postponed, and he found himself locked down in his NYC apartment. So  began a series of drawing that capture the mood of the times and imagine the places he would have gone.

You can see all of them on his website.

 

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