If you've ever walked Manhattan streets and seen a man hunched over on his knees smoothing chalk into the cold pavement, then you've seen Hani Shihada at work. Hani learned his trade in Perugia, Italy where this type of drawing is a very old tradition. He draws copies of Michelangelo and other Renaissance masters which usually take him several days to complete. Hani's sidewalk pieces are his calling card so it's not surprising that he has found a successful career doing commercial gigs which take him all over the country.
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