Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Illustrating the world surrounding him, Adrian Hogan is an inconspicuous observer of the world. Capturing the daily moments that go unnoticed to others, Adrian enjoys highlighting cultural interactions and gestures with humour and beauty.
284 words in 5 moments in 2 cities since February 22nd, 2014
Tokyo — On the way back from the Immigration Office to the city I stopped to draw Tokyo Bay. The sketch was almost complete when a gust of wind blew the loose page from my hand. I watched helplessly as it slo...
Tokyo — When I was a student I often drew self-portraits to practice and improve my skill. As I sat on my futon, for the first time in awhile without any immediate deadlines hanging over me, I decided that ni...
Tokyo — I deliberately missed a couple of trains to avoid the crush and draw the other commuters instead. As I sat on a bench and drew, an elderly woman came up behind me and looked over my shoulder. Fair eno...
Learning to let go
Today's view from Cherry Blossom Heights 今日のさくらハイツから見た景色
Tucked away in a corner and drawing the Stompin' Riffraffs.
Meguro Moments. Commuters catching the last train home.
Self Portrait 24/02/14 Making do with what I have for now.