Kate Chanba
kchanba@gmail.com
 I took these illustrations from Sketch-Up to be finished and made print ready. I wanted to emphasize street life and greenery, as well as make the projects look positive and youthful.

Start-Up City

I co-illustrated Gabe Klein's book, Start-Up City. Klein is an entrepreneur and former Commissioner of Transportation for Washington D.C. and Chicago.

2016

 I took these illustrations from Sketch-Up to be finished and made print ready. I wanted to emphasize street life and greenery, as well as make the projects look positive and youthful.

I took these illustrations from Sketch-Up to be finished and made print ready. I wanted to emphasize street life and greenery, as well as make the projects look positive and youthful.

 " In   Start-Up City  , Klein, with David Vega-Barachowitz, demonstrates how to affect big, directional change in cities—and how to do it fast. Klein's objective is to inspire what he calls “public entrepreneurship,” a start-up-pace energy within the public sector, brought about by leveraging the immense resources at its disposal.  Klein offers guidance for cutting through the morass, and a roadmap for getting real, meaningful projects done quickly and having fun while doing it.   This book is for anyone who wants to change the way we live in cities without waiting for the glacial pace of change in government."    – Island Press

"In Start-Up City, Klein, with David Vega-Barachowitz, demonstrates how to affect big, directional change in cities—and how to do it fast. Klein's objective is to inspire what he calls “public entrepreneurship,” a start-up-pace energy within the public sector, brought about by leveraging the immense resources at its disposal.  Klein offers guidance for cutting through the morass, and a roadmap for getting real, meaningful projects done quickly and having fun while doing it.
This book is for anyone who wants to change the way we live in cities without waiting for the glacial pace of change in government."

– Island Press

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