After starting intensive art classes in the GGP, I’ve become quite a fan of Paul Madonna and his wonderful, off-kilter pen and ink drawings of the city. His artwork makes me feel like I’m (willfully) lost in the city, stumbling upon its creaky old Victorians, bridgework and windswept parks for the first time. And the total absence of people — in these pictures, and the slightly discordant ‘”what the heck are they talking about” snippets of overheard conversation only add to the effect. Don’t miss the Paul Madonna exhibit (free) at the SF Public Library main branch, and make sure to pick up the All Over Coffee Book. Click here for an interesting video snippet.