At first I have made two sketches on the Mayakovskaya subway station. It's my favourite among the stations of the Moscow subway (frankly, the only one that triggers nice feelings about the subway). It's full of harmony; I would like it even without Daineka's mosaics.
On Bolshaya Sadovaya, near Bulgakov's house, a huge black cat walked between the cars. Amazing coincidence; maybe he works in Bulgakov's house
Spiridonovka, 17. The fairytale-like house was built by architect Shehtel for Savva Morozov:
A bit more surrealistic: the house covered by golden curtains on Spiridonovka, 4. I have no idea what the curtains are for. I just love Moscow
Stepan Ryabushinsky's house.
A staircase in form of a wave and a jelly fish lamp:
That's what I drew this day.