15+ Artist Sketchbooks to Inspire Your Own Collection of Doodles and Beyond
Looking for sketchbook drawing ideas? Here are 15+ artists and illustrators creating beautiful sketchbook spreads that will inspire you.
Bev Coraldean - Norwich Print Fair
I am an illustrator and screen printer working in Norwich, going by the name Genealityart. I like to use a combination of architectural perspective drawings, detailed cityscapes and hand drawn type to explore my love for cities and this style often materialises in the form of screenprinted posters, comic books, murals, hand-drawn maps and illustrations […]
Keep A Sketchbook And Have Fun - Drawing On Demand
A sketchbook is like diary for an artist, a place where you can just let out all your art without any worries. Any person who wants to get better at drawing should have a sketchbook, because it not only records your ideas, thoughts and experimentations, but a sketchbook also gets you drawing and drawing, building...
Elaborate New Portraits Drawn on Vintage Maps by Ed Fairburn
Using a wide variety of canvases including railroad blueprints, star charts, geological and street maps, Welsh artist Ed Fairburn (previously here and here) uses additive and subtractive techniques to create portraits that seem pefectly integrated with the topography of streets, mountains and rivers
Know your town (like the back of your hand)
What do you know like the "back of your hand".... great way to teach the meaning of this expression through creation of something learners know like the "back of their hand" (their town, game of soccer, Disney World, a friend, etc....) ....Follow for lots of Free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :)
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Living Form - fine art giclee print mandala print archival print black and white abstract drawing
New series of my original mandala designs created by me. Detail is first image and second image is whole design. Open series signed and titled archival print 18"h x 12"w on heavy paper with a matte finish. The actual size of image is 9" x 9" and space is left around drawing for a mat and framing. Will be shipped in a protective tube. Back to my shop to see more prints and paintings here..... http://www.etsy.com/shop/SarahGiannobile Any questions please feel free to contact me. Thanks so…
Mark Powell Uses Old Documents And Magazines As His Drawing Surface - IGNANT
We’ve featured artist Mark Powell previously back in 2012. Revisiting his website, we spotted many exciting new works, that we’d like to introduce to you in the following update. Powell draws portraits of elderly people and animals on vintage envelopes, maps and other paper documents using ballpoint pens, beautifully staging the process of aging and […]