New York, April 20 (ANI): American artist Jason Polan has revealed that he hopes to be able to draw 8.3 million New Yorkers.
Polan, 27, stands in the intersection of Houston and Broadway and sketches strangers, and he has spent the past two years trying to sketch as many people as he can for a project titled, "Every Person in New York".
He's managed to complete about 10,000 drawings so far, and at the rate he is going, it could take 1,660 more years to complete.
"I'd love to finish, but I don't think it's possible," the New York Daily News quoted him as saying.
"I just want it to be something that's fun and I want it to be something that lasts a long time," he said.
The Michigan native scours the streets nearly every day with his black pen and notepad and tries to capture the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple.
"I don't interact with people when I'm drawing them. I found that when they know that I'm drawing them, it changes things a little bit," he explained.
Polan has sketched everyone from a woman named Harriet walking through Union Square to comedian Jerry Seinfeld eating a burger in midtown.
"Some people that I draw may never know that I've drawn them," he revealed. (ANI)