Exuberant. Inclusive. Optimistic. Sketched in real time. These are the drawings of Jason Polan, an NYC-based artist, from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Known for his book “Every Person In New York: Volume 1,” Jason drew the perpetually moving inhabitants of New York City, including its animals, featured on the re-issued Zoo Baggu, and the new Doggu.
Exhibited worldwide, Polan's illustrations have appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, ARTnews, and more. Jason was also a stellar human, and he is dearly missed.
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This pup-centric Baggu print was one of the last projects Jason worked on before his death in January 2020, and he was particularly excited about it. (If you ask Jen, Jason had a better chance than anyone of actually seeing Every Dog in New York since he was always out and about soaking up his city with a sketchpad.) Bedecked with doggos, the figures of a few human companions, a hydrant, and “TREE” in Jason’s distinctive handwriting, Doggu captures the magic, ebullience, and optimism of the artist's real-time sketch work. And did we mention it’s covered in dogs? Dogs are the best ... Read more on the blog!
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