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Elusive Architecture in Watercolors of Korean Artist Sunga Park

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Mark Erickson.  I think this is the architect in me, but I really really LOVE the detail of this piece.  The watercolored water and terrain is so organic.  The white masked hexagon pattern underlay has been so carefully executed, it really creates a third dymanic to the piece.  The thin, crisp black ink outline distinguishes that map.  This is awesome!

architectural map rendering which seeks to convey the experience, emotion, and power of a place. This artists work looks slightly like Derek Lerner's map work

Asvirus by Derek Lerner

Idea for drawing wall, but carmarthen version: Saatchi Online Artist: Derek Lerner; Pen and Ink, Drawing "Asvirus derringer


This work looks striking through the colour tone. Simple shapes are constructed and is adapted through the colour depth to generate a perspective. Simple line structures are also used to create a form of abstract as well as linking into architecture

Café across the street (Paris, France) by Alex Hillkurtz

Paris is most likely one of the most inspiring cities in Europe. However, it is also one of the most artistic destinations, beyond the Louvre.