While many commuters occupy their time on transit in books, on the phone, or absorbed in their mobile devices, New York psychiatrist Peter Bulow engages in the world around him by sculpting the faces he sees during his commute on the subway. One of these sculptures was of a Sikh gentleman he encountered who later showed up in Bulow’s office:
One of the people Bulow saw and sculpted on the A train was a Sikh man wearing a turban. The following year, Bulow saw the Sikh man in the office.
“He’s a neurologist from India and he’s come to volunteer in my lab. So that was a hoot,” says Bulow.
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