King’s Head Tavern 14th Street by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


On The 1-Downtown by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


West of Amsterdam by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


U.W.S. Street Lamp by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


Meatpacking District by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


L-Train by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


49th South N by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


Annie hall @ Bryant Street park by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


90th Street by M. Mariscano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


Two Women Kissing by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


Fruit Vendor by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


Downtown @ 72nd St.

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


Time Warner from Amsterdam by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


Looking North on Amsterdam by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


L.I.R.R. West to Penn Station by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


untitled (weighlifter) by anon.


worldwide from 9th by M. Marsicano

New York-based artist and illustrator Michael Marsicano took a pack of cards, and drew something new every day for a month. Search for the rest of his drawings here by last name, and visit www.mmarsicano.com to see more of his work.


downloadable submission form posted

I was finally able to get the downloadable version of the drawing cards to a stage that I thought might be releasable, and so it’s now available at the bottom of the page (or here). I created it to print, draw on, and then it folds up into it’s own mailer. So get printing, and give it a whirl. Let me know how you like it (or hate it, or whatever) and I’ll keep shaving bits off of it until it’s good and working.


cards in the mail!

If you requested cards before the 20th of August, they’re on the way! I was the last person in line, and made a postal worker’s day with a huge bag of envelopes going all over the world, all requiring weird postage and several requiring customs forms…she was thrilled…but they are all done and out the door. Enjoy!


cards, cards, cards!

The response for the mile project’s recent exposure on NotCot has been, well, wonderful. Thanks to all of you who’ve sent kind words and requests to participate. If you have sent a request for cards, be just and fear not! I am in the process of mailing them out, but got a lot of requests so thanks for your patience, they should arrive relatively soon. The site’s traffic went through the roof for the first couple days, then dipped as expected, but it is on the rise again and I am still receiving requests for cards, so thanks to all of you who have reposted (and do send me a link, won’t you?)

In the past week, I have received requests for cards from all around the world, including Canada, the UK, Czech Republic, Spain, Portugal, Mexico, the Philippines, and across the US. How cool is that?

As soon as I have the initial wave off my desk and in the mail, I will get back to that pile of new images that need adding. Thanks for hanging in there, and check back often for updates.


Notcot.org and submissions

The mile project was featured on ultra cool art & design aggregator site NotCot.org today! And one of the most common comments I’ve received as a result is “How do I send a drawing?”

I’m currently working on a downloadable version of the card, which will be on the site as soon as it’s ready for prime time. If, however, you can’t wait for that to happen, send me a note using this contact form, include a physical address, and I’ll be happy to send you some cards myself.

Thanks!


Whew!

Ok, the first batch of 741 drawings has been added, and my computer just spoke to me and told me it’s 3AM, which came as a bit of a shock. I have to say, it feels good to get these back online, they were among the first to come to the project, and now they’re back, properly tagged and uploaded. I would be resting on beer and laurels right now, except I know that there are three tubs like the one pictured sitting next to me in the studio full of drawings that need to be added, and about 3500 pieces that haven’t even been scanned! So, yeah, not completely caught up yet…

I’d start into them now, but my tagging has been getting weirder as the night has progressed, so I think it’s about time to close the clamshell and get some sleep, and the dog agrees.

Enjoy!


Your frenzy makes me wanna by M. Vahit

More of M. Vahit’s work viewable at MAWOPI.com


untitled (airplane window) by anon.


wheye by Elizabeth