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February 11, 2015

Tangled by Drawn Mayhem



I'm not entirely sure what is in front of me right now... but at least I'm having fun looking at it. The black and white style looks deceptively simple at first glance, but focusing on the drawing reveals more and more silliness hidden within the lines the longer you explore it. I don't think that trying to make sense of the strange mayhem in Connor McPherson's alternate dimension is what I'm supposed to be doing, so I'm just going to go with the flow and enjoy the heck out of it. You should too.


October 4, 2011

LED Is The New Sharpie

Three years into Doodlers Anonymous and I was feeling pretty confident that we covered almost every type of doodle and drawing medium. Then I stumbled upon the work of Darren Pearson (aka Darius Twin) and was floored with the skill in which he drew things with light (specifically LEDs).

I know it's been around for a few years now, going mainstream with the 2007 Sprint Commercial, but I still find it completely fascinating and the control in which Darren brings these drawings to life is almost magical. Click here for some of my favorites from his flickr feed and at the bottom you'll find a short video tutorial by Darren himself.

Found via Geekologie.


April 27, 2010

My Kind of Folk

I want to be a part of the cast of characters from the world of Ryan Peltier. Being skinny and bearded, I feel like I am already half way there.

Check out the raw and char-coaled work at his recently updated website and also visit the shop that carries some fairly priced limited-edition silkscreens (I love the Robot Child one). But first, come and meet the family.

April 22, 2010

Giveaway: Untitled

We are feeling good today and think you should too. So we are giving away the above limited-edition three color hand-screened poster (18x24 inches) to the first person that comments with the name of the artist. (see full size)

April 21, 2010

Dreams Are Necessary

Beautiful works by Rithika Merchant. Whimsical drawings broken into tiled sheets of paper. Her art all seems to be part of the same wild dream. If you like these, then you should also dive into the "exhumed books" section of her site, where she manipulates used books, found objects and old maps into fascinating and three-dimensional compositions.

January 12, 2010

Get Technical

I, for one, am impatient and always in awe of those who have the ability to add endless amounts of beautiful detailing into a drawing. Check out the work of Oliver Van Der Lugt. He even uses nail polish as one of his tools.


June 9, 2009

Do Not Bend

I don't know why it's taken me so long to post this but these freehand drawings by Diana Fayt done on found cardboard envelopes are so delicate and perfect. Check out the entire set of "The Ladies." And let's all send her mail, you know she'll put them to good use.




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