132 Birds at The American Museum of Natural History
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I like spending time drawing at The American Museum of Natural History. For this project I drew 132 of the birds at the museum. There are owls and eagles and finches and hornbills and about one hundred others. I draw these birds because I am interested in learning about both their similarities and differences. I also really like how they look. This edition is a result of this documentation.
Jason Polan | See All Editions
Jason Polan is a freelance artist living in New York City. He has exhibited work all over the United States, Europe, Africa, and Asia. He is a member of The 53rd Street Biological Society and Taco Bell Drawing Club and his book Every Piece of Art in the Museum of Modern Art is a cult favorite. He has made over 100 books. Mr. Polan’s illustrations and projects have appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Believer Magazine and ARTnews. He has done projects with Jack Spade, Warby Parker, Levi's, and The Ford Foundation. Polan is currently drawing every person in New York (he has drawn over 30,000 people) and has recently published Every Person in New York, a collection of the people he has drawn so far. Mr. Polan is from Michigan.
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