Our drawings, from city to city
Some days ago, we let you know about our work on creating a tourist image for Sant Boi, which included a real cool sketch of that city’s skyline. Some of you, who seem to be into everything, have written in wondering if we have ever done a sketch of your particular cities. So we have begun delving into our coffer of old drawings to see what we might find there.
Certainly, we have sketches of the Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia skylines, which were put on T-shirts in their day and where you can recognize some of the most emblematic buildings from each of those three cities, such as the Sagrada Familia church, the Puerta de Alcalá Arch or the Micalet Tower.
Bilbao, Donostia and Seville have also been sketched by us, where, respectively, you can find a sketch centered on the Guggenheim, an outline of the famous La Concha beach and finally, for Seville, a drawing of the cathedral located in that city.
These T-shirt drawings should still be available in city-center stores in all those above-mentioned cities. If you wish to know more, we can give you more specific information on request.
Even older sketches were made in their time for other cities such as Lisbon – which just had to include a tramway of course -, also Marseilles, Paris, Ronda or Zaragoza. And, as would be expected, Pamplona in Sanfermin. And indeed, there are others, too many to be mentioned here, but perhaps we can show some more of them on our next trip.