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July 26, 2011

The Future is Drawn

Lee Sankey, may I be blunt? Your science fiction sketches are freaking bad ass. The countless lines that fill every bit of the page. Vehicles that defy gravity and our common sense. Dystopian cities ruled by a merciless ruler. Gadgets that ignite our senses. Stories told behind dizzyingly-tall buildings…

This is all making my brain spasm, and to think you doodled these while on the phone as a call centre agent is simply mind boggling.


July 18, 2011

Abstract Thoughts

Every now and then I like to go to Helene Jeudy's flickr and dig through her abstract drawings once again to see what new can I find in them. For me, it is an endless world with countless possibilities and the best part is that every day I see something new. So take a peek at this lovely work and see if you can find something for yourself in it.


July 14, 2011

The Great Beard Adventure

Ever been engulfed with visual thoughts of beards with amorphous bodies, killer beards from outer space, or a large beard colony? I have and because of that I went scouring the internet to find others that may have encountered those same visions. I was not disappointed.

Get ready to embark on the Great Beard Adventure.

Above by Tim Easley

more beard drawings

July 8, 2011

Super Nature World

One of the many reasons why I wanted to come to Paris was to meet Kinrisu in person. I found out about her work two years ago when I saw her Myspace. The music was very lovely and she had this nice drawing for her profile picture. Then I found her blog with even more drawings, all of them done with a simple felt pen. So, yesterday we met and she gave me this really nice package with her album on a yellow cassette and a little zine that you can find on Papier Gache website. We planned to do an interview about her work, but the time was short. Well, if you listen to her music and follow her blog you will get a pretty good feeling of her work in general. Enjoy!


June 28, 2011

Creatures from the Ground

I found some really crazy creatures today, and they all come from The Creepy Catacomb. The person that digs them up and serves them to us is Krysthopher Woods from Argentina. Well, I'm not sure if he's the one that digs them up, or if he's the one who buried them in the first place. Or maybe he just makes portraits of the creatures before they go on their last journey. So take a peak at these fine drawings and try not to feel the dirt the next time you go to bed.


April 26, 2011

Accomplished

He's in his early twenties and has already amassed an endless amount of drawings, sketches, paintings and comics. I'm not even sure what to post from his flickr archive because I love it all, from the colors in his paintings to his pupil-less people and panel-heavy drawn pages. That was a mouthful, but his work truly is overwhelming. Meet Saman Bemel Benrud.


March 23, 2011

Sky High

Last night I flew to the west coast and was stuck up in the air for five hours. I killed the time by listening to The National, Band of Horses and a little Mumford and Sons. I didn't have my sketchbook but I did find my travel itinerary to draw on. Here are a few of the doodles I made while waiting to get back on land. Oh, and by the way, warm greetings from a very rainy California.




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