Daily Sketch Challenge gallery

A collection of all my daily sketches, from newest to oldest.
Current number of daily sketches for 2014: 018/365
#18 360º Building, 2013, by Isay Weinfeld in São Paulo, Brazil
#18 360º Building, 2013, by Isay Weinfeld in São Paulo, Brazil
#17 Jardim Edite, 2013, by MMBB and H+F Arquitetos in São Paulo, Brazil
#17 Jardim Edite, 2013, by MMBB and H+F Arquitetos in São Paulo, Brazil
#16 Copan Building, 1954, by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#16 Copan Building, 1954, by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#15 Manoel da Nóbrega Pavilion (now Afro Brasil museum), 1954, by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#15 Manoel da Nóbrega Pavilion (now Afro Brasil museum), 1954, by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#13 & 14 Palácio da Agricultura (former home of DETRAN, now the modern art museum for USP), renovated façade (left, 2012) and original (right, 1955), by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#13 & 14 Palácio da Agricultura (former home of DETRAN, now the modern art museum for USP), renovated façade (left, 2012) and original (right, 1955), by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#12 Fundação Bienal de São Paulo Pavillion, central staircase, 1957, by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#12 Fundação Bienal de São Paulo Pavillion, central staircase, 1957, by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#11 Fundação Bienal de São Paulo Pavillion (exterior), 1957, by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#11 Fundação Bienal de São Paulo Pavillion (exterior), 1957, by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#10 Lucas Nogueira Garcez Pavilion (Oca), 1954, by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#10 Lucas Nogueira Garcez Pavilion (Oca), 1954, by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#9 Simón Bolívar Auditorium, 1989 (originally designed in the 1950s), by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#9 Simón Bolívar Auditorium, 1989 (originally designed in the 1950s), by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#8 Sculpture at Latin America Memorial, 1989, by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#8 Sculpture at Latin America Memorial, 1989, by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#7 Ibirapuera Auditorium, 2005 (originally designed in the 1950s), by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#7 Ibirapuera Auditorium, 2005 (originally designed in the 1950s), by Oscar Niemeyer in São Paulo, Brazil
#6 Contemporary Art Museum (MAC), 1996, by Oscar Niemeyer in Niterói, Brazil
#6 Contemporary Art Museum (MAC), 1996, by Oscar Niemeyer in Niterói, Brazil
#5 House at Canoas, 1953, building design by (and for) Oscar Niemeyer, garden design by Burle Marx in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
#5 House at Canoas, 1953, building design by (and for) Oscar Niemeyer, garden design by Burle Marx in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
#4 Museu de arte moderna (mam), 1955, by Alfonso Eduardo Reidy (building) and Roberto Burle Marx (landscape) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
#4 Museu de arte moderna (mam), 1955, by Alfonso Eduardo Reidy (building) and Roberto Burle Marx (landscape) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
#3 Sambadrome Rio, 1984, by Oscar Niemeyer in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
#3 Sambadrome Rio, 1984, by Oscar Niemeyer in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
#2 Hospital Rede Sarah Kubitschek, 2009, by João Filgueiras Lima (also/better known as Lelé) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
#2 Hospital Rede Sarah Kubitschek, 2009, by João Filgueiras Lima (also/better known as Lelé) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
#1 Cristo Redentor (Crist the Redeemer) and Pão de Açucar (Sugarloaf Mountain), Rio de Janeiro
#1 Cristo Redentor (Crist the Redeemer) and Pão de Açucar (Sugarloaf Mountain), Rio de Janeiro
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