This is the entryway that leads to who knows how many apartments inside, but from the number of wires, it looks like a lot. I love this picture for the brightly painted column and post, the fancy grillwork for the bannister, the tiles on the path in, and the mass confusion of wires.
This is a drawing of a man I saw sitting in front of his house, a normal enough thing. But the building had lots of scaffolding set up supporting the second story balcony. A scene of regular people just living side by side with urban decay.
From the rooftop terrace at the Casa Alta Habana, this beautiful shell of a building sticks out. Ink and watercolor, Stillman & Birn 8" x 10" softcover Zeta sketchbook.