Hand-drawn Post-Cards : Madrid - Spain

Almudena Cathedral - Madrid - Spain
Hand-drawn postcard
Pencil on paper, scanned and printed on map
© kiyary
Parque del Retiro - Madrid - Spain
Hand-drawn postcard
Pencil on paper, scanned and printed on map
© kiyary
Plaza España - Madrid - Spain
Hand-drawn postcard
Pencil on paper, scanned and printed on map
© kiyary
Plaza Mayor - Madrid - Spain
Hand-drawn postcard
Pencil on paper, scanned and printed on map
© kiyary



This project illustrates places I've visited drawn by hand and turned into Postcards. It mixes the feeling of capturing a timeless moment by the act of drawing, and settles a mark in the real space/time by altering an actual map.
"A photograph is an actual proof of an encounter between an event and the photographer. A drawing questions without rush the appearance of an event, and, by doing so, it reminds us that appearances are always a construction of a story (...) A photograph is static because it has stopped time. A drawing or a painting is still  because it contains time" (John Berger, Berger on Drawing)

Procedure: 2B pencil on regular paper, scanned and printed on the map of the subjects' location.