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Christoph Niemann’s Draws the NYC Marathon in 45 Sketches

Christoph Niemann is an illustrator for the ‘Abstract Sunday’ column in the New York Times Magazine.

Niemann live-illustrated and drew the the 2011 ING New York City Marathon on Sunday as he ran the race.  A man of many talents to be able to draw and paint throughout the race.  You can view all 45 sketches he made during the race below.

View Niemann’s 45 New York City Marathon Sketches (click HERE)

Niemann finished the race in 6:11:18.

You can follow Christoph on Twitter at @AbstractSunday

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[image: Abstract Sunday]

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One Response to “Christoph Niemann’s Draws the NYC Marathon in 45 Sketches”

  1. Lisa says:

    I thought that was great. A fun way to experience the NY Marathon through a runner’s perspective. :)

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