Trains are a very important part of life for Japanese people. They spend usually at least 2 hours a day in the train commuting. Fortunately, Japanese trains are the cleanest and most efficient in the world.

This piece is on heavyweight paper and will need a frame for display.

- Orlando Marin-Lopez

Waiting for the Train
ORLANDO MARIN-LOPEZ


Drawing artwork on paper



One-of-a-kind
Signed on front
2015

11" h x 8.3" w 
0 lbs. 1 oz.

$375

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Artist
Orlando Marin-Lopez
Barcelona, Spain

Getting to Know Orlando

Using India ink and watercolor, Orlando Marin-Lopez conveys a poignant sense of humor through his intricate drawings of Japanese urban life. He assimilates the delicate nature of Japanese printmaking into the contemporary world. He uses the lines of brickwork and infrastructure to masterfully guide the eye through his compositions. Orlando, who is also a writer, views drawing as writing’s visual counterpart. The specific details Orlando illuminates function as the narrator of the composition. From sake bottles on window sills to minute inscriptions on storefronts, Orlando’s specificity of detail gives the sense of totality in his documentation of the city.