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the tongue is a musical instrument and feet are made from vertebrae Art Print

'projection protection' 2019 ballpoint pen drawing on a collection of antique postcards. Available on my website #art #illustration #bic #biro #ballpoint #pen #drawing #markpowell #artist #vintage #antique #fineart #contemporaryart #Regram via @mark_powell_art

Mark Powell art on Instagram: “'projection protection' 2019 ballpoint pen drawing on a collection of antique postcards. Available on my website #art #illustration #bic…”

'projection protection' 2019 ballpoint pen drawing on a collection of antique postcards. Available on my website #art #illustration #bic #biro #ballpoint #pen #drawing #markpowell #artist #vintage #antique #fineart #contemporaryart #Regram via @mark_powell_art

markpowellartist: ‘lightbulbs’ bic biro drawing on 1948 envelope. - Kartusmanya

markpowellartist: ‘lightbulbs’ bic biro drawing on 1948 envelope. markpowellartist: ‘lightbulbs’ bic biro drawing on 1948 envelope.

Portraits on Envelopes by Mark Powell© Most people keep to traditional way of viewing things, but there are unique people, who have an alternative way of thinking. Mark Powell had discovered another application for old envelopes. The artist uses them as canvas for his drawings. Remarkable fact is that he sketches portraits of elderly, birds, buildings and other scenes with Bic Biro Pen. As Mark Powell lives and works in London some of his drawings depict sights of the city.

Learn To Draw People - The Female Body - Drawing On Demand

Drawing human figures is considered to be the most difficult for artists to do. This is because there is no generic way of drawing it. The human figure is unique for each and every one. Hence creating a replica via pen and paper could be complex. Nevertheless, with some practice, you can still learn to...

If It's Hip, It's Here (Archives): New Bic Ballpoint Pen Portraits On Ephemera By Artist Mark Powell

New Bic Ballpoint Pen Portraits On Ephemera By Artist Mark Powell

Sure I doodle on old envelopes, documents and newspapers, but my doodles consist of shaded cubes and poorly drawn body parts. Not those of artist Mark Powell, however. Like the work of Spanish artist Juan Francisco Casas, Mark uses a Bic Biro pen to draw and shade realistic portraits. His canvases are various vintage envelopes, maps and newspapers dating back to 1819. While some blogs have featured his envelope drawings, here's a look at 15 of his more recent pieces, courtesy of his Facebook…