Someone at the Door

The noise out the window told a tale of greater chaos than I first expected. Warnings of severe winds and the side effects of Tropical Storm Isaias had been steady all morning. As with all such moments, there is nothing to fear until it happens. The winds blew threw and suddenly the neighborhood was brought […]

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Superbowl Sunday

It’s always so much fun to look at a huge mess like this scene from the demolition site of the old Giants Stadium. It’s “eye candy”. From the mountains of gravel to the crooked metal beams, the whole scene became one giant texture.  See a couple of more drawings from that day on my blog. […]

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Construction

From the date, you can see this is one from a while back. I was living in Hoboken, NJ at the time and this drawing was made during the construction of an addition to Stevens Institute of Technology. I love how a drawing can become a historical document. drawing by Greg Betza

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Rebuilding Ground Zero

I spent some time at Ground Zero Friday. It’s an incredibly powerful place, I imagine unlike any other. The site has been transformed into a city of cranes and construction. I can’t help but think that this is exactly how it must have looked in the 1970s during the building of the Twin Towers. While […]

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