Who says bricks and mortar can't have personality too? Naysayers, meet James Gulliver Hancock, an illustrator and cityscape doodler with a difference. The offbeat drawings filling the pages of his latest book, All the Buildings in Sydney (That I've Drawn So Far) have captured the hearts of locals and architecture nerds alike. And now you can try your hand at Hancock's signature style, alongside the man himself, as an adjunct to the Finders Keepers markets. A killer arts-and-crafts party or what?
Also the designer responsible for the oh-so-cute promo posters for Finders Keepers, Hancock is putting on a series of 60-minute interactive workshops to share the secrets of his trade. Pens and paper are provided, all you need to bring is a photo of your home to work from. (Pro tip: You might want to bring a photo of your mum's home, it being perilously close to Mother's Day. After all, when was the last time you gave her an artwork to proudly display on the fridge?)
With signed copies of his book thrown in to sweeten the deal, this workshop is sure to transform the way you see the world (and buildings) around you.