So uh, hi! I’m Corrine, I’m kind of a person of various interests and likes, I guess.
I’m an avid traveller and adventurer with a handful of countries
scattered here and there that I’ve visited, and I definitely have more
places to go. But I’m also a broke university student hoping to get into
architecture school, so… Anyways, I absolutely LOVE learning about
other cultures and people and religions. But if you’re wondering, no,
I’m not religious, but that doesn’t stop me from learning about them,
and I’ve got nothing against any of them either. As for my interests,
I’m into like, so many things: photography, exploring, spontaneous
adventuring, science of all kinds (seriously, I’ll read stuff on any of
them, but I’m particularly fond of anything having to do with the
universe and astronomy, etc), piano, drawing, anime, football/soccer,
reading, video games (saving up for a new console), secretly kawaii
culture (I’m a sucker for cute things but I don’t tell my friends),
plants, and just learning in general. I love learning, about anything
really. I’m a hella curious person.
Music interests (because for lots of people, that’s the make or break):
anything but country honestly. Seriously though, I listen to classical,
jazz, opera, house of all kinds, trap, R&B, Latino, rap, whatever.
Currently in a huge chill house phase again though.
Looking for a pen pal who wants to communicate through classic snail
mail, because I really want to make nice/cute letters, and would like to
share doodles and drawings, post cards, and maybe later even snacks,
Maxwell Tilse is an Australian illustrator now living in London currently backpacking and keeping a comic diary of my travels.
On his current trip he has mostly done quick pencil sketches outside. After, he finds a warm cozy place to finish the drawing with a hot meal and a cold beer. Here are a few of the finished postcard sketches of the cities he has visited.
Images identified from the top:
Crumlaw, Czech Republic
London, United Kingdom
Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic
Teltsch, Czech Republic
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Crossing Borders: Immigration and American Culture
As part of our Citizens and Borders initiative, we have launched a digital exhibition of works from MoMA’s collection by artists who immigrated to the U.S., often as refugees in search of safe haven. The works were chosen by staff across the Museum, and represent a range of mediums—painting, sculpture, drawing, photography, performance, film, design, and architecture—and a span of nearly 100 years.
We’ll be posting a selection of those works here over the next week, but you can explore all the works at mo.ma/crossingborders.