Category Archives: Amitai Plasse

Subway Sketcher Gets Documentary

Underground artist Ami Plasse, who creates pretty cool sketches of his fellow subway riders while riding the rails, is the subject of a short film that airs in Brooklyn Monday. The 13-minute flick airs at Scene: Brooklyn Independent Film Festival … Continue reading

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Subway Sketcher at Brooklyn Flea

Check out the talented subway sketch artist Amitai Plasse’s stuff at the Brooklyn Flea at Bishop Loughlin High in Ft. Greene this weekend. “Ami” does some interesting artwork centered around the people he sees on the train.

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Sketchy Stuff: Drawing Your Fellow Subway Riders

Our experience with art has pretty much been limited to attending gallery openings until the chardonnay ran out and that Keith Haring/apartheid poster we had in college. So we’re hardly an art critic, but we must admit we were particularly … Continue reading

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