26th Avenue, two doors within throwing distance of our studio.
Above, on the historic American Canning Company, which then became
the Multnomah County Medical Examiners offices
(and then, how apropos) became the door to Grimm’s studio costuming annex.
(Sitting across from Costuming and an experiment with tobacco ink gone a bit wrong…
I tried to save the sketch…. getting used to non-waterproof inks!)
Across the street was once the local ballpark, not ESCO corporation.
Below, the cheery bright green metal door to
Impact Jiu Jitzu workout room in an old warehouse.
Both of these buildings will be bulldozed if City Planners get their way.
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