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An artist who used his talent to cope with the coronavirus pandemic is now documenting history with his art for a new series he’s called the “Covid mask subway drawings.”
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One of Rodriguez’ Covid mask subway drawings. Credit: Courtesy Devon Rodriguez
“The subway has been a subject of mine for several years now,” Rodriguez, 24, told CNN. “Faces are a thing that I’m so used to capturing on the subway and now most of them are covered up with the Covid masks. I think it’s interesting to capture this devastating moment in time with art. It’ll reflect 2020 when I look back on them in the future. It’ll be interesting to capture the different types of masks people wear and how they wear them.
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