This holiday season I decided to go out and draw Rome’s bridges, making a small watercolor for twelve of the 24 Tiber river crossings from Testaccio to Flaminio and compiling them into a meter-long folding print, complete with information on each bridge.
The original drawings and the foldouts are both available for sale at the bookshop “Antica Libreria Cascianelli” near Piazza Navona, where we held an interesting reception last week.
Also available in limited edition, Tom Rankin’s book Rome Works: An Architect Explores the World’s Most Resilient City
Antica Libreria Cascianelli
Largo Febo 14/16 Roma (Piazza Navona)
I’ve also made prints of various sorts of these bridge drawings available at Finearts America (which I haven’t used before so I’m curious to hear feedback).