A dramatic interior space of Daniel Libeskind’s Jewish Museum in Berlin, Germany. The floor was littered with thousands of cast-iron faces. In order to cross the room, you had to walk on the faces. With every step, they clang and bang together as if crying out.

I was supposed to be sketching the interior of the Berlin Philharmonic by Hans Scharoun, but I was having a hard time at it, so I started drawing the orchestra. I’ve had a long time obsession with cellos…