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Amos Goldbaum

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Goldbaum started selling his drawings on the street about three years ago, and built up his curbside shop to include prints and t-shirts. He credits his mother, who “always put a pencil in my hand when I was bored.” What catches is your eye is Goldbaum’s intricate line drawings that he applies using both traditional mediums and on t-shirts. His inspiration comes from his grandfather, cardboard boxes and old photos found online.